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CHAPTER VI.

REMOVAL UNDER THE ACT OF 1887.

$ 96. On ground of diverse citizenship.

§ 96 a. What cases governed by this clause.

$ 96 b. Right dependent on citizenship.

§ 96 c. Removal on ground of diverse citizenship.

§ 96 d. Citizenship under Act of March 3, 1875.

$ 96 e. Citizenship of corporation.

$ 96 f. Citizenship of consolidated corporation.

§ 96 g. Right of foreign corporations to remove.

§ 96 h. Jurisdiction does not depend on citizenship of formal or nominal

parties.

$ 96 i. Nominal parties.

§ 96 j. Citizenship of all parties on one side must be diverse from that

of all on the other side.

§ 96 k. Court will arrange parties on opposite sides.

§ 96 l. Removal on ground of separable controversy.

$ 96 m. Separability, how determined.

§ 96 p. Either one or more of the defendants may remove a separable

controversy

§ 96 o. Limitation of right to remove a separable controversy.

§ 96 p. Controversy must be wholly between citizens of different states.

§ 96 q. Must be capable of being fully determined between the parties.

$ 96 r. Final determination of controversy.

§ 96 s. Inseparable controversy not removable.

96 t. Decisions under Act of 1875.

$ 96 u. Joint action not separable.

$ 96 v. In cases of joint torts.

§ 96 w. Separate defenses do not create separate controversies.

$ 96 x. Ancillary proceedings.

$ 96 y. Matters auxiliary are inseparable.

$ 96 z. Ancillary jurisdiction of Federal courts.

$ 97. On ground of prejudice or local influence.

§ 97 a. Prejudice and local influence defined.

§ 97 b. Restriction on right to remove under original act.

§ 97 C. Whether prejudice or local influence act is repealed-Query?

$ 97 d. General restrictions which do not apply under this clause.

$ 97 e. Restriction as to amount in controversy.

8 97 f. Plaintiff, no right to remove.

§ 97 g. The right based on adverse citizenship.

§ 97 h. Any non-resident defendant may remove th: cause.

§ 97 i. Conditions to right to remove

B

REMOVAL IN SPECIAL CASES.

§ 99. Removal in actions on land titles, under State grants.

$ 99 a. Conflicting land grants.

$ 100. Removal of suits against corporations organized under a law of

United States.

100 a. Corporations created by congressional legislation.

$ 101. Removal of causes against persons denied any civil rights, etc.

§ 101 a. Denial of civil rights.

§ 101 b. In criminal cases.

§ 101 c. In general proceedings.

§ 102.

When petitioner is in actual custody of State court.

$ 102 a. Habeas corpiis.

§ 103,

Removal of suits and prosecutions against revenue officers and

officers acting under registration laws.

§ 103 a. In general.

§ 103 b. Suits removable.

§ 103 c. Criminal cases.

§ 103 d. Practice and procedure.

§ 103 e. Enforcing removal.

$ 104

Removal of suits by aliens in a particular case.

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