State Court definition

State Court means a judicial body of a state that is vested by law with responsibility for adjudicating cases involving abuse, neglect, deprivation, delinquency, or status offenses of individuals who have not attained the age of eighteen (18).
State Court means any court constituted under the State Courts Act (Cap. 321) for the administration of criminal justice;
State Court means a judicial body of a state that is vested by law

Examples of State Court in a sentence

  • The parties hereby submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of any U.S. Federal or New York State court sitting in the Borough of Manhattan in the City of New York solely for the purpose of any legal action or proceeding brought to enforce their obligations hereunder or with respect to any Security.


More Definitions of State Court

State Court means any juvenile or family court of the State of Minnesota that has jurisdiction over a child custody proceeding.
State Court means the Superior Court of Gwinnett County, State of Georgia.
State Court means a circuit court, the Oregon Tax Court, the Court of Appeals or the Supreme Court. [2001 c.823 §11; 2003 c.14
State Court shall have the meaning set forth in Section 16.11 (Jurisdiction and Venue).
State Court means the Justice of the Peace Courts, Family Court, or Court of Common Pleas.