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Mark, a Citizen of Nevada, sues Todd, a Citizen of California, for $500,000 in federal district court in California. The cause of action is based on state law. The case goes to trial and the jury finds for Mark and awards him $50,000. On appeal, Todd claims that the verdict should be dismissed because of a lack of subject matter jurisdiction. Is Todd correct?
Weegy: Yes Tod is correct. User: Bob sues Joe in federal district court for the District of New Jersey based on a federal civil rights cause of action. A federal civil rights statute provides that Bob’s cause of action will only be successful under certain circumstances. Federal case law (common law) requires other circumstances. New Jersey statutory law provides different rules for civil rights actions. Finally, the New Jersey state courts have developed other rules regarding this cause of action. In this case, which law should apply, the federal or state statute? Explain. (More)
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Nick files a lawsuit against Alex. He wants to serve Alex with the lawsuit. Therefore, after he files the suit with the court, Nick sends a copy with a summons to Alex, via certified mail. Is this service sufficient? Explain.
Weegy: Certified Mail is a type of Special Service mail offered by the United States Postal Service and other postal services that allows the sender proof of mailing, [ as well as proof of delivery.[1] Certified Mail also provides the sender with a copy of the recipient's signature, which is obtained at the time of delivery, by the Postal Service. Certified Mail is only available for Priority Mail and First Class Mail. So this a enough service ] (More)
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