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Q: What branch can pass legislation that governs the jurisdiction of courts?
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Which branch can pass legislation that governs the jurisdiction of the courts?

Legislative


What branch of government can pass legislation that governs the jurisdiction of courts?

The Legislative Branch, or Congress, has the authority to set the jurisdiction of the federal courts, including the appellate jurisdiction of the US Supreme Court. They may not strip the Supreme Court of original jurisdiction over cases and controversies listed in Article III of the Constitution.


What branch of government can overrule decisions made by lower courts?

Appellate courts in the Judicial Branch have jurisdiction (power, authority) to review and uphold lower court decisions on appeal.Decisions can only be enforced by the Executive Branch.


What is Judical branch made up of?

The Judicial branch is made up of the Supreme Court, the US Courts of Appeal, the US District Courts and other courts of limited or special jurisdiction such as the Bankruptcy Court, the Court of Federal Claims and other courts.


What branch includes state and national courts?

The Judiciary Branch includes the Federal distract, appellate and Supreme Courts, as well as special tribunals (tax court, military court, admiralty court, etc. In state government, there are 50 states that have jurisdiction over their courts. Pre3sumably, states maintain jurisdiction in the Judiciary Branch, modeling their choice from the U.S. Constitution


What courts have the jurisdiction over a adoption proceedings?

(int he US) In most courts sytems the Civil Branch has a Family Division which handles such matters.


Juvenile courts are courts of which type of jurisdiction?

Juvenile courts are courts of original and special (or limited) jurisdiction.


Does military law fall under federal jurisdiction?

Yes, military courts are under federal jurisdiction. Military courts are Article II courts in the Executive Branch of government, but the US Supreme Court has appellate jurisdiction over cases appealed from the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces.


Who creates courts?

Federal courts are part of the Judicial branch of government. Congress possesses the ability to regulate the Judiciary branch, as a whole. One specific congressional power is to create other federal courts, as well as to determine what their jurisdiction will be.


Who federal courts?

Federal courts are part of the Judicial branch of government. Congress possesses the ability to regulate the Judiciary branch, as a whole. One specific congressional power is to create other federal courts, as well as to determine what their jurisdiction will be.


What is the courts rationale for setting minimum wage?

The courts (Judicial Branch of government) do NOT set the minimum wage. That particular piece of legislation is passed and set by the U.S. Congress (the Legislative Branch of government).


Which branch is responsible for ensuring that existing and proposed legislation is constitutional?

The Supreme Court, after the lower Courts have ruled