jurisdictional

[ UK /d‍ʒˌɔːɹɪsdˈɪkʃənə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˌdʒʊɹəsˈdɪkʃənəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. restricted to the geographic area under a particular jurisdiction
    the jurisdictional limits of a state
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How To Use jurisdictional In A Sentence

  • My own views as to the proper limits of jurisdictional control will be spelt out after a consideration of the case law.
  • A series of court cases initiated in Ireland sought to have the jurisdictional prerogative of the Irish parliament clearly established.
  • The basis for judicial intervention becomes clear and worrisome problems of jurisdictional versus non jurisdictional errors of law are left behind.
  • The statistical roundup of the five-county North State Initiative of the California Multi-jurisdictional Methamphetamine Enforcement Team also shows that it confiscated 6 pounds of pseudoephedrine, which is a precursor in the manufacture of methamphetamine, more than 120 pounds of cocaine and one-third pound of heroin in 2009. redding.com Stories
  • But the idea of vesting multi-jurisdictional MPOs, each covering a metropolitan area, with defined political responsibilities is a good one. F. Kaid Benfield: Village Green: How to Fix Local Transit & Road Planning
  • The cited Code provisions govern the jurisdictional and procedural aspects of military tribunals.
  • Let us set aside the jurisdictional problem as having established the need to go beyond SDL in order to represent agential obligations. Deontic Logic
  • Then he found, without real elaboration, that: the Tribunal so misconducted itself as to have fallen into jurisdictional error.
  • That has often been interpreted in jurisdictional terms. Senate Reform
  • The intellectual elite often denounce his proclamations as transgressing outside his jurisdictional fiefdom.
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