jurisdictional : Definition, Usages, News and More

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joo ruhs dik shuh nuhl

  • s  restricted to the geographic area under a particular jurisdiction
    the jurisdictional limits of a state

  • Leaders were afraid to actually lead, reluctant to cost businesses money, break jurisdictional rules or spawn lawsuits.
News & Articles


  • Jim Prentice in The Gazette (Montreal)
    We will not accept a loss of jurisdictional control to another party or another country,federal industry minister Jim Prentice told an audience at the Canadian Space Agency Headquarters in Longueuil.
  • Nancy Boyda in USA Today
    This legislation closes the jurisdictional loophole that allowed a guilty man to escape punishment,said Rep. Nancy Boyda, D-Kan., the bill's sponsor.
  • Ken Salazar in New York Times
    We will not let any of the jurisdictional turf battles of the past get in the way of our moving forward with a renewable energy agenda,Salazar said, adding that he recently met with FERC's chairman and that staff are trying to complete the...

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