Definition of Long arm statute

1. Noun. (context: legal US) In the law of civil procedure, a statute which establishes the activities by a potential defendant which will give the courts of a state personal jurisdiction over that defendant. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Long Arm Statute

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long-vowel marks
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long-wool
long-wooled
long abductor muscle of thumb
long absent, soon forgotten
long ago
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long ballot
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