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CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Standing
To have standing, a person must have a concrete stake in the outcome.

Must show that the act directly and personally affected or will affect the party.
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Ripeness
Immediate threat of harm
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Mootness
A real controversy must exist at all stages of review.

If the matter is already resolved the case will be dismissed as moot.

EXCEPTION: Controversies capable of repetition but evading review.
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Full Faith and Credit Requirements
1) proper judgment in rendering court;

2) Judgment must be on the merits;

3) Judgment must be final
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Standing
To have standing, a person must have a concrete stake in the outcome.

Must show that the act directly and personally affected or will affect the party.
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Ripeness
Immediate threat of harm
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Mootness
A real controversy must exist at all stages of review.

If the matter is already resolved the case will be dismissed as moot.

EXCEPTION: Controversies capable of repetition but evading review.
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Full Faith and Credit Requirements
1) proper judgment in rendering court;

2) Judgment must be on the merits;

3) Judgment must be final
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Standing
To have standing, a person must have a concrete stake in the outcome.

Must show that the act directly and personally affected or will affect the party.
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Ripeness
Immediate threat of harm
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Mootness
A real controversy must exist at all stages of review.

If the matter is already resolved the case will be dismissed as moot.

EXCEPTION: Controversies capable of repetition but evading review.
CIVIL PROCEDURE - MBE

Full Faith and Credit Requirements
1) proper judgment in rendering court;

2) Judgment must be on the merits;

3) Judgment must be final