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long–arm statute

noun

Legal Definition of long–arm statute

  1. :  a state statute allowing for the assertion of personal jurisdiction over a nonresident defendant who has some connection (as ownership or use of property, transaction of business, or commission of a tort) with the state —called also single-act statute — see also doing business statute, minimum contacts


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