CLJ

(redirected from Court of Limited Jurisdiction)
AcronymDefinition
CLJCambridge Law Journal
CLJColor Laser Jet
CLJCommercial Law Journal
CLJCrime, Law, and Justice
CLJConstitutional Loya Jirga
CLJCourt of Limited Jurisdiction
CLJCivil Law Judge
CLJCentre de Loisirs des Jeunes (French: Youth Recreation Center)
CLJConseil Local de la Jeunesse (French: Local Youth Council)
CLJComp.lang.javascript (JavaScript User's Network)
CLJCluj, Romania - Cluj (Airport Code)
CLJCapacity Limitation Jumper
CLJCyberspace Law Journal
CLJClapham Junction Station (UK railway station)
CLJCharles Le Jeune (French fashion accessory company)
CLJCamp La Junta (Texas)
CLJC. Lloyd Johnson Company Inc. (Norfolk, Virginia)
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To bring an action in the original jurisdiction of an English court of limited jurisdiction, the plaintiff affirmatively had to plead, as part of the right or title asserted, facts sufficient to show that the court had jurisdiction.
The rule that a plaintiff had to specifically show in the initial pleading that a court of limited jurisdiction had jurisdiction applied to any kind of jurisdictional limitation.
Procedurally, there were various ways in which a court could come to determine that a court of limited jurisdiction lacked jurisdiction over a case.
Tax advisers should advise their clients that Tax Court is a court of limited jurisdiction, and it does not have general equitable powers.