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taxation of domestic corporations engaged in. § 8122.
offenses by. § 6435.
See CAUSES OF ACTION; PARTIES.
of causes of action against stockholder. §3625.
distinguished from corporations. § 14.
against corporation, effect of. §§ 3392-3401.
See CREDITORS; CREDITOR'S SUIT.
franchise to be corporation not subject of. § 257.
See ACTIONS; PARTIES.
1. Of actions by and against corporations as depending upon residence and citizenship—
of State courts.
residence of corporations for the purpose of State jurisdiction. §7421.
theory that it resides where it exercises its franchises. §7424.
further of this theory. § 7425.
suable in any county in the State. § 7426.
venue the same as in the case of natural persons. § 7427.
in the county where the contract was broken or the injury occurred. § 7428.
where the cause of action accrues.
validity of statutes making corporations suable in any county. § 7431.
transitory actions. § 7433.
changing the venue. § 7434.
residence of a corporation the residence of its president. § 7435.
national banks are State corporations for jurisdictional purposes. § 7436.
State jurisdiction in the case of interstate corporations. § 7438.
actions against branches of corporations. § 7439.
actions in the county in which the agent with whom the contract was made
2. Federal jurisdiction as dependent upon diverse citizenship.
early doctrine that a corporation was not a citizen,"
new doctrine that a corporation is a "citizen" of the State creating it, for the
conclusively presumed to be a citizen of the State creating it. § 7449.
effect of this rule on domestic corporations. § 7450.
further of this rule. § 7451.
rule where the corporation is created by the concurrent legislation of two States.
all the substantial parties must be of diverse citizenship. § 7453.
further of this subject. §7457.
manner of averring citizenship. § 7458.
3. Removal of such actions from State to Federal courts.
right of foreign corporations to remove on the ground of diverse citizenship.
submission to local jurisdiction does not preclude this right of removal. § 7463.
this right of removal extends to "tramp corporations." § 7465.
invalidity of stipulation not to remove. § 7466.
further of this subject. § 7467.
right of removal on the ground of prejudice or local influence. § 7468.
authority of the officer to make the affidavit. § 7469.
substance of the affidavit. § 7470.
conclusiveness of the affidavit. § 7471.
right of removal in cases of a corporation created by the concurrent legislation
alien corporations entitled to remove. § 7473.
controversy must be wholly between different parties. § 7474.
removal of actions against corporations organized under a law of the United
further of this subject. § 7476.
suits arising under the laws of the United States. § 7477.
4. "Inhabitancy" of corporations for the purposes of Federal jurisdiction.
old doctrine that a corporation can have no inhabitancy outside of the State
further of this question. § 7486.
whether a corporation having an office in another State becomes an “inhabi-
doctrine that inhabitancy and citizenship identical. § 7488.
the recent Federal doctrine on this subject. § 7489.
5. Jurisdiction as depending upon process and its service. See PROCESS.
6. Jurisdiction as dependent upon voluntary appearance.
appearance cures defects in service of process and waives jurisdiction over the
in case of foreign corporations, waives exemption from being sued. § 7553.
what appearance not deemed such a waiver. $7556.
waiving service and confessing judgment. $ 7561.
See EQUITY; LIMITATIONS, STATUTE OF,
on part of preferred shareholders. $ 2296.
See REAL PROPERTY.
powers of foreign corporations relating to. $$ 7913-7923.
powers of, generally. $ 5960.
See Contracts; CONSTRUCTION.
organization of corporation for. $ 164.
by railroad corporations. See CORPORATE
See RECEIVERS, subd. 15.
See CONSTITUTIONAL RESTRAINTS; LEGISLATIVE POWER
to regulate tolls. See TOLLS.
See CONTRACTS; SITUS.
of directors, generally. See DIRECTORS, subds. 9, 10.
statutory, of directors and officers to creditors. See DIRECTORS, subd. 13.
distinguished from licenses of occupations. $ 8109.
See TRANSFERS OF SHARES.
of factors. § 2703.
of bankers, on cash dividends. § 2132.
right of to dividends. See DIVIDENDS, subd. 5.
See CONSTITUTIONAL RESTRAINTS.
Limitations, statute of.
1. Limitation of actions by or on behalf of creditors of corporation-general principles.
statutes of limitation applicable to penalties. § 3767.
statutes exonerating stockholders unless action brought against corporation
in the case of notes which have been renewed. § 3769.
where the creditor sues to sequester unpaid balances. § 3770.
filing of general creditors' bill arrests the running of the statute as to creditors
prescription under the code of Louisiana. § 3772.
delay and laches. § 3773.
presumption of payment from lapse of time. § 3774.
why a judicial call does not rebut this presumption of payment. § 3775.
generally from the date of the call under which the action is brought. § 3779.
from the date of the appointment of a receiver. § 3781.
in case of a motion for execution under the Missouri statute. § 3782.
3. Limitation of actions against corporations.
corporations may acquire title by adverse possession. § 7837.
limitation of actions to forfeit charters. § 7838.
limitation of actions by creditors against trustees of corporations. § 7839.
part payment to take the case out of the statute. § 7840.
limitation of actions against foreign corporations. § 7841.
limitations of actions against shareholders. §§ 1986-1999.
See WINDING Up.
voluntary liquidation of national banks. § 7204.
See BONA FIDE PURCHASERS.
not notice when. § 2604.
filing notice of to purchasers. § 3675.
as notice-stock shares pledged. § 2639.
See SHARES, subd. 15.
of stock shares. §§ 2714-2716.
prohibited, liability of directors for. §§ 4285, 4286.
where stock subscription is illegal. § 1183.
See BONDHOLDERS; ELECTIONS; QUORUM.
by corporations, liability for. See TORTS, subd. 2.
See DIRECTORS; OFFICERS.
1. Appointment and powers of.
who regarded as a managing agent." § 4846.
his appointment and tenure. § 4847.
powers ascribed to "managing director." § 4848.
general view of the scope of the powers of managing agents. § 4849.
his power to bind the corporation by acts done in the ordinary course of its
his powers touching negotiable paper. § 4851.
cannot clothe sub-agents with power to make commercial paper. § 4852.
powers of the "superintendent." § 4853.
may employ workmen. § 4854.
whether employ surgeons, etc., for wounded employés. § 4855.
make assignments for creditors. § 4856.
powers touching litigation. § 4857.
powers of managers of particular kinds of corporations. § 4858.
is liable to the company. § 4859.
his powers when also president. § 4860.
his powers in respect of taxation. § 4861.
1. Against corporations.
mandamus against corporations to compel performance of public duties. § 7826,
against corporation in corporate name. § 7831.
corporation may appeal where the writ runs against its officers. § 7832.
to compel holding of corporate election. §700.
to restore member of corporation. § 904.
to compel admission of member. § 905.
to reinstate members of corporation.
to compel inspection of books of foreign corporation. §§ 4430-4433.
§§ 4398, 4399.