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This term applies to a crime that is committed in one location and tried in another.


Account serving as a holding account till all funds are moved to the appropriate accounts.


Correspondence and routine documents that have a short life span or value and are not integral to operations.


Passing from place to place; that may pass or be changed from one place to another; not confined to one place; tlie opposite of “local.”


A thing which is movable, and may be taken away or carried from place to place. Cowell; Blount

California Civil Procedure

California Civil Procedure Outline Subject Matter Jurisdiction SMJ = the types of cases California can hear. California has broad subject matter jurisdiction to hear any case where IPJ exists so long as

Contracts I

Introduction Contract: a promise or set of promises for the breach of which the law gives a remedy, or the performance of which the law in some way recognizes as a duty


Relating to place; expressive of place; belonging or confined to a particular place. Distinguished from “general,” “personal,” and “transitory.”