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The federal court system is given the authority to hear certain cases involving A. contract disputes and personal injury cases. B. real-estate questions and inheritance issues. C. divorce settlements and child custody matters. D. bankruptcy matters and disputes between states.
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The federal court system is given the authority to hear certain cases involving - contract disputes and personal injury cases.
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