X, Y, Z
- The jurisdiction (the right place) in which court proceedings may be started.
- Exact, word-for-word.
- A decision after a trial by a judge or jury on the issues submitted to the court.
- A person's promise under oath or penalty of perjury that certain
facts in a court paper are true. See MCL 700.12(1) and
AFFIRMATION, OATH, PERJURY.
1. A statement, for example, in a court paper, that has a promise by the party giving it to the court that it was signed under oath and everything in it is true.
2. A confidential (private or secret) statement that must be given to the Friend of the Court and
attached to the complaint in a domestic relations action involving a minor or requesting
child or spousal support. See MCR 3.206(B).
- See PARENTING TIME.
- The questions lawyers ask of potential jurors to make sure that they will be fair and won't favor one side of a case over the other.