Talk:Subject-matter jurisdiction

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If a man bought one cameras from china and bought one for Amy on the platform,the station staff now says he is in contravention of the notice (no one shall distribute any materials or objects on this platform. Any advice?

  • Doesn't really fall under subject-matter jurisdiction - not even sure what country this station is in! BD2412 T 12:56, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

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