Jurisdiction is a legal term for an authority granted to make pronouncements on legal matters and to administer justice within a defined area of responsibility. It is an authority relative to a given territory (state, country, union, or other territory) or to a group of people.
Jurisdiction in practice: In practice, it is important when establishing companies and tax obligations, since jurisdiction determines under which laws and what legislation the company is based, how and what taxes it will pay, and it is also crucial in litigation between the companies.
A particular problem in recent years due to expansion of the Internet and cloud solution is a solution of jurisdiction in cyberspace - namely the jurisdiction of the applicable law for services based on Internet services.
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