plaintiff address 15 main street greenville s.c 29601 and defendant address is 7865 170th street flushing ny 11367 where is county of venue and specify basis of venue?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Generally speaking the proper place to sue a defendant is in their jurisdiction of residence. That is, where they live. The reason for this is the courts have jurisdiction over them and likely their property.
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