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    no issue as to excess of jurisdiction

    Help me please.
    I don't understand this at all.
    "There is no issue as to excess of jurisdiction."

    Thank you.

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    Re: no issue as to excess of jurisdiction

    It means a breach of natural justice. When it comes to jurisdiction, there are, for the sake of brevity and clarity, two types of law: domestic law, say a university's code, and the general laws of the land, the laws of the government. Neither court / judge can exceed their jurisdiction in making decisions about a case. They must deal with the laws in their jurisdiction, but that isn't always the case. (See here
    Page vs. Hull Uni. Visitor (2/2) 1992)

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