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Personal jurisdiction concerns its power of a defendant who performs or causes to be performed specific acts that have effects within a state. Generally, there are two requirements for a court to exercise personal jurisdiction over a non-resident defendant: the court must have statutory authority establishing the scope of its reach over defendants and the limits imposed by the Due Process Clauses of the federal and state constitutions must be satisfied.

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