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No, Article III address the federal court system (Judicial branch); Article II discusses the powers of the President (Executive branch).

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What article deals with the federal court system?

the judicial article article three in the constitution


Does Article II of the Constitution set up the rules for the federal court system?

No, Article III address the federal court system (Judicial branch); Article II discusses the powers of the President (Executive branch).


Which Article of the Constitution extablished the federal courts?

Article III, Section 1 of the Constitution established the Supreme Court and authorized the Congress to establish inferior courts, which would be the remainder of the federal court system.


Who established the federal court system?

Congress created the federal court system in the Judiciary Act of 1789, under the authority of Article III, Section 1 of the Constitution.


Who established. federal court system?

Congress created the federal court system in the Judiciary Act of 1789, under the authority of Article III, Section 1 of the Constitution.


How does the constitution limit the power of the federal court?

article 3 of the constitution gives federal courts jurisdiction.


The federal court derives its power from?

From the constitution and federal laws


How did Congress create the US Supreme Court and federal court system?

Congress created the Supreme Court of the United States and the first "inferior courts" of the federal judiciary in the Judiciary Act of 1789, but has expanded or dismantled parts of the federal court system at various points in history via other Judiciary Acts. The only federal court Congress cannot abolish is the Supreme Court because it is mandated under Article III of the Constitution.


Why was there no federal court system in the article of confederation?

judinal


What article is court cases in federal jurisdiction?

Article III of the Constitution discusses what types of court cases are heard in federal courts, and which are heard under the Supreme Court's original and appellate jurisdictions.


What is an Article III state court?

There is no such thing as an Article III state court. Article III is the section of the US Constitution that deals with federal courts; it does not apply to state courts.


What is the only federal court set up by the constitution?

Congress has established a lot of courts in the federal judiciary; the Constitution gives them that power in Article I. The only court specifically mentioned in the Constitution is the US Supreme Court, which was mandated by Article III of the Constitution, but established by Congress in the Judiciary Act of 1789.