In Rem

Crushendo defines this key bar prep and civil procedure term.

What does In Rem mean?

In Rem – Latin term for “against a thing.” Used when a lawsuit is “against” personal or real property, to settle matters of ownership and property rights.  Also, refers to personal jurisdiction based on, and up to, the value of a party’s in-state property related to a claim.

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