Article III

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Article III in constitutional law refers to Article III of the U.S. Constitution, which establishes the power of the judiciary or court system. This power extends to:

  • interpreting the U.S. Constitution, treaties, federal statutes and admiralty and maritime laws
  • resolving disputes between citizens of different states (or nations), between states themselves, and between states and foreign citizens
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