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Distinguish jurisdiction from venue
« on: November 15, 2016, 10:38:48 AM »
Question -- Distinguish jurisdiction from venue.

1. Jurisdiction is the authority to hear and determine a case; venue is the place where the case is to be heard or tried;

2. Jurisdiction is a matter of substantive law; venue, of procedural law;

3. Jurisdiction establishes a relation between the court and the subject matter; venue, a relation between plaintiff and defendant, or petitioner and respondent; and

4. Jurisdiction is fixed by law and cannot be conferred by the parties; venue may be conferred by the act or agreement of the parties. (Nocum, et al. v. Lucio Tan, G.R. No. 145022, September 23, 2005). can now be accessed on mobile phones via Tapatalk App both in Android and Apple OS.

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