25.1 C
February 5, 2023

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Once a defendant has determined that a federal court may exercise substantive jurisdiction over the application, he or she must identify the court where he or she may file an eviction notice. Federal law states that deportation must be made to the district court in “the district and county where such a trial is pending.” For example, if a plaintiff files a lawsuit in a New York State court in Manhattan, the court to which the case is to be referred is located in the Southern District of New York.