Forum non conviens: H.B. 1003 (2013)
Allows the court, upon a motion by either party or
Allows the court, upon a motion by either party or on its own, to decline jurisdiction, if in the interest of justice and for the convenience of the parties, an action would be more properly heard in another forum.” The bill also outlines what the court shall consider in determining whether to grant a motion to stay, transfer or to dismiss an action.
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