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CHAPTER 3

Justiciability

§3.1 INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

The term justiciability refers to a body of judicially created doctrines that define and limit the circumstances under which an Article III federal court may exercise its constitutional authority, including its authority to engage in judicial review. These doctrines are derived in part from an interpretation of Article III's case or controversy requirement, and in part from prudential policy considerations involving perceptions of the proper role of the federal judiciary within the constitutional structure of government.

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