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THE RIGHT OF REMOVAL.
Implied power of Congress to provide for removal of causes
from State courts.
§ 93 a. Right conferred by Congress.
$ 93 b. Not a vested right.
§ 93 c. Its exercise cannot be prevented by State legislation.
§ 93 d. The right not waived by proceedings in State court.
§ 93 e. Restriction on exercise of right by Act of Congress of 1887-8.
$ 93 f. Suits removable.
$ 93 g. Proceedings in the nature of suits, are removable.
§ 93 h. Probate proceedings.
$ 93 i. Special proceedings
8 93 o. Removal into circuit courts of yewly admitted States.
REMOVAL UNDER THE ACT OF 1887.
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
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.
When petitioner is in actual custody of State court.
$ 102 a. Habeas corpiis.
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.
Removal of suits by aliens in a particular case.
PROCEEDINGS TO OBTAIN REMOVAL OF CAUSE.