Jurisdiction refers to the legal authority of a court to hear and adjudicate a case. In other words, it is the power or right of a court to preside over a particular case. This power is typically determined by the geographic location of the parties, the subject matter of the dispute, and the type of court. For example, federal courts have jurisdiction over matters involving federal law, while state courts have jurisdiction over matters involving state law.
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