Difference between revisions of "Venue"
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In the , venue will either be a county (for state court) or a district or division (for federal court). Under law, unlike personal jurisdiction, there is no constitutional requirement for proper venue in order to have a valid judgment
Generally in state court actions, civil actions must be started where either the plaintiff or
Generally in state court actions, civil actions must be started where either the plaintiff or defendantresides or does business, where the cause of action arose, if real property is at issue, where the real property is situated. In criminal cases, proper venue is the locality where the crime was committed.