Furthermore, it recommends that a "bright line" be created between the two existing control lists in order "to clarify jurisdictional determinations and reduce government and industry uncertainty" on whether an item falls under the control of the State or Commerce Department.
What does JD stand for?
JD stands for Jurisdictional Determination (various locations)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of JD
We have 33 other meanings of JD in our Acronym Attic
- Jubbada Dhexe (postal region, Somalia)
- Judgement Dragon (Yu-Gi-Oh)
- Judging Distance (artillery)
- Judgment Day
- Julian Date
- Julian Day
- Junction Device
- Jungdemokraten (Germany)
- Juris Diction (Canadian law firm)
- Juris Doctor (degree)
- Jury Duty
- Just Dog
- Justice Department
- Juvenile Delinquency
- Juvenile Delinquent
- Juvenile Diabetes
- Janata Dal United (political party; India)
- Joint-Detection-Assisted Burst-by-Burst Adaptive Code Division Multiple Access
- Joint Detection Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA system that employs joint detection)
- Jungdemokratinnen Junge Linke (German: Young Democrats Young Left)
Samples in periodicals archive:
There has certainly been confusion and inconsistency in federal jurisdictional determinations since SWANCC and Rapanos.
A more consistent application of these principles would make jurisdictional determinations more predictable for the federal bar, and would encourage attorneys to analyze rigorously the grounds for diversity jurisdiction before filing a case in federal court.
One way to do this is to separate jurisdiction from substance, thereby allowing courts to make the jurisdictional determination of effects using presumptions that both comport with the rule's emphasis on efficiency and follow naturally from per se doctrine.
The proposed revisions go beyond those needed to implement the FAF's jurisdictional determination.
Whether or to what degree individual differences in Corps district office practices would result in different jurisdictional determinations in similar situations is unclear, in part, because Corps staff consider many factors when making these determinations.