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Conventions[edit]

I'd like to update the section about conventions. Its misleading as very few countries have a process which operates outside a convention. The main convention which covers letters rogatory being the Vienna convention on consular relations, and there ain't many countries that aren't a party to that. See for example http://diaspora.legal/index.php/it/practising-law/back-office/letters-rogatory/ Suastiastu (talk) 13:44, 22 April 2016 (UTC)

Letters Rogatory[edit]

The correct term is "Letters Rogatory" not "Letter Rogatory"Suastiastu (talk) 13:19, 29 April 2016 (UTC)

Service of Process[edit]

This is a circular definition about jurisdiction. In fact the position is that a Court will have jurisdiction depending upon its own constition and empowerment - the service of its process may be facilitated or permitted in many matters outside its jurisdiction. The assertion is unreferenced. Suastiastu (talk) 13:22, 29 April 2016 (UTC)