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Federalist No. 80 - Summary
... Judiciary ought to have jurisdiction over First, cases which arise out of the laws of the United States Second, cases which arise out of provisions of the proposed United States Constitution Third, cases in with ... As to the first set of cases, Publius explains that in a Union, there will necessarily be certain things that the States are prohibited from doing, such as the prohibition ... As to the second set of cases, Publius posits that there can be no argument against this power of the federal judiciary ...
Jurisdiction - United States
... is conceptually divided between jurisdiction over the subject matter of a case and jurisdiction over the person of the litigants ... The United States district courts may hear only cases arising under federal law and treaties, cases involving ambassadors, admiralty cases ... supreme courts, have discretionary jurisdiction, meaning that they can choose which cases to hear from among all the cases presented on appeal ...
Uniformity And Jurisdiction In U.S. Federal Court Tax Decisions - Federal Court Jurisdiction For Tax Issues
... sets of federal courts have original jurisdiction over tax cases and appeals from original jurisdiction courts are taken to the thirteen federal courts of appeals ... The four sets of courts with original jurisdiction to hear cases brought by taxpayers against the government when they disagree with a final tax deficiency ... The Tax Court hears about 80% of the cases brought by taxpayers disputing IRS notices of deficiency ...
Courts Of Chancery - History - Victorian Era
... were the appointment of a Vice-Chancellor in 1813 to hear cases, and the extension of the Master of the Rolls' jurisdiction in 1833 to hear any and all cases ... of Exchequer be merged with the Chancery, and that a fourth judge be appointed to hear the additional cases ... reduced – the court processed 1,700 cases in 1846–49 compared to 959 in 1819–24 – but it rose again after the death of Shadwell VC and retirement of Wigram VC ...

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