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jurisdiction

Power. The concept that a court or government authority may exercise control over a person or property because of the location of the property,the activities of a person within a geographic area,or a person's request for assistance from that authority,thereby voluntarily subjecting themselves to jurisdiction.

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Voted by The Guardian as the best venue in Liverpool, The Magnet resides in The Hope Street Quarter - which must be one of the most vibrant and up and coming areas of Liverpool.
com app will automatically receive the update and be able to search the collections, rate the featured venues, contact the venues directly and geo-target them via in-app maps.
It's vital we all celebrate their existence during Independent Venue Week and do what we can to support them so they are still around for years to come.
The site is expecting the business leads forwarded to Chennai venues to reach at Rs 1cr/week within a months time.
Under the terms of the agreement, Live Nation will develop and implement all relevant policies and procedures for operating the venue, in line with the Live Nation Entertainment group's global standard practices for venue operation.
The venue is asking anyone who has bought tickets from anywhere other than Venue Cymru or the Mumford and Sons fan club to contact them.
It's also crucial to consider the size and style of your venue before signing on the dotted line.
Always look for ways that a venue can add value if it won't negotiate on rates.
IROs and permanence planning One-day workshop Venue North West
Venue Solutions Holdings Plc is a specialist provider of venue management
From historic banqueting halls to modern nightclubs and grand marquees to local golf clubs, with so many choices available, it can be quite a daunting task finding the perfect wedding venue.
The amended venue plan consists of three venue clusters that add efficiency and convenience to the original plan and will be the basis for New York's bid book submission due to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on November 15, 2004.