subject matter jurisdiction

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subject matter jurisdiction

Postby leroi » Fri Jun 22, 2012 3:21 pm

the case - after an evidentiary hearing a listed petitioner is granted an injunction and it is later discovered that the petitioner did not sign their original ex parte petition. Signing the ex parte petition under oath is a statutory requirement. Does this constitute lack of subject matter jurisdiction thus making the injunction voidable?

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