forum conveniens

forum conveniens
/foram kanviyn(i)yenz/ The state or judicial district in which an action may be most appropriately brought, considering the best interest of the parties and the public

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

См. также в других словарях:

  • forum conveniens — n. Latin In litigation: the most appropriate court for the resolution of a particular dispute. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …   Law dictionary

  • forum conveniens — /foram kanviyn(i)yenz/ The state or judicial district in which an action may be most appropriately brought, considering the best interest of the parties and the public Compare forum non conveniens …   Black's law dictionary

  • Forum non conveniens — (Latin for inconvenient forum or inappropriate forum ) is a discretionary power of mostly common law courts to refuse to hear a proceeding that has been brought before it. The courts will refuse to take jurisdiction over matters where there is a… …   Wikipedia

  • forum non conveniens — /foram non kanviyn(i)yenz/ Term refers to discretionary power of court to decline jurisdiction when convenience of parties and ends of justice would be better served if action were brought and tried in another forum. Johnson v. Spider Staging… …   Black's law dictionary

  • forum non conveniens — /foram non kanviyn(i)yenz/ Term refers to discretionary power of court to decline jurisdiction when convenience of parties and ends of justice would be better served if action were brought and tried in another forum. Johnson v. Spider Staging… …   Black's law dictionary

  • forum non conveniens — forum non con·ve·ni·ens / ˌnän kən vē nē ˌenz, ˌnȯn kȯn vā nē ˌens/ n [New Latin, literally, unsuitable tribunal]: a doctrine allowing a court with jurisdiction over a case to dismiss it because the convenience of the parties and the interest… …   Law dictionary

  • forum — fo·rum / fō rəm/ n 1: public forum 2 a: a judicial body or assembly: court allowed the defendant in a state court action to choose the federal forum by removing the case M. H. Redish …   Law dictionary

  • Forum shopping — For forum shopping on Wikipedia, see Wikipedia:FORUMSHOP Conflict of laws …   Wikipedia

  • Forum selection clause — A forum selection clause in a contract with a Conflict of Laws element allows the parties to agree that any litigation resulting from that contract will be initiated in a specific forum. There are three types of clause: *the reference might be to …   Wikipedia

  • forum non conveniens — noun A doctrine of law holding that a court should decline to hear a case if another court would provide a more convenient forum for the parties and evidence …   Wiktionary


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