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1869

Paul Vs. Virginia

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1869

..... carried on by individuals. at page 75 u. s. 183 the time of the formation of the constitution, a large part of the commerce of the world was carried on by corporations. the east india company, the hudson's bay company, the hamburgh company, the levant company, and the virginia company ..... judgment will best promote the public interest. the whole matter rests in their discretion. if, on the other hand, the provision of the constitution could be construed to secure to citizens of each state in other states the peculiar privileges conferred by their laws, an extraterritorial operation would be ..... question to place the citizens of each state upon the same footing with citizens of other states, so far as the advantages resulting from citizenship in those states are concerned. it relieves them from the disabilities of alienage in other states; it inhibits discriminating legislation against them by other ..... citizens of the state in which the corporation was created, and where alone it had any legal existence, without any special averment of such citizenship, the averment of the place of creation and business of the corporation being sufficient, and that such presumption could not be controverted for the ..... question of the right of corporations to litigate in the courts of the united states was considered, it was held that the right depended upon the citizenship of the members of the corporation, and its proper averment in the pleadings. thus, in the case of the hope insurance company v. boardman, .....

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1869

Jones Vs. Andrews

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1869

..... -- that andrews, the principal defendant, was not a citizen of the state where the suit was brought -- is entitled to more weight. though the constitution declares that the judicial power of the federal government shall extend to controversies between citizens of different states, which would embrace the case before us (the ..... s. 331 mr. justice bradley delivered the opinion of the court. on the question of jurisdiction over the parties, the appellees contend 1st that the citizenship of the parties was not sufficiently alleged in the bill; 2d, that if sufficiently alleged, the court had no jurisdiction over andrews, the principal defendant, ..... 's demand, is not an original suit, but is a defensive or supplementary suit in which the jurisdiction of the court does not depend on the citizenship of the parties, but on the cognizance of the original case. page 77 u. s. 328 the judiciary act of 1789 [ footnote 1 ] ..... what states the respective parties are citizens. 2. by the judiciary act of 1789, in a case where jurisdiction of the circuit court depended on citizenship, every defendant must have resided or been served with process in the district where the suit was brought; but by the act of 1839 this is ..... 1869) jones v. andrews 77 u.s. (10 wall.) 327 appeal from the circuit court for the western district of tennessee syllabus 1. allegation of citizenship is sufficiently made when it appears fairly, and in such a way as to leave no room for reasonable doubt, from the bill or declaration, of .....

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1869

Bushnell Vs. Kennedy

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1869

..... seems to be warranted by the consideration of the mischief which it was intended to prevent. not a little apprehension was excited at the time of the adoption of the constitution in respect to the extent of the jurisdiction vested in the national courts, and that apprehension was respected in the judiciary act, which soon afterwards received the sanction of congress ..... cause removed to a circuit court of the united states, and in the case under consideration, the defendant filed his petition, averring the requisite facts as to his own citizenship and the citizenship of the petitioners, and thereupon obtained an order for removal. page 76 u. s. 391 the order was doubtless rightly made. the jurisdiction of the cause was regularly transferred ..... it be denied that every suitor who brings an action in a court of the united states must aver in his pleadings a state of facts which, under the national constitution and laws, gives to the court jurisdiction of his suit. [ footnote 3 ] in the case before us, the suit was brought in the state court, where no question of jurisdiction ..... an absolutely literal sense. it has been held that suits upon notes payable to a particular individual or to bearer may be maintained by the holder, without any allegation of citizenship of the original payee, though it is not to be doubted that the holder's title to the note could only be derived through transfer or assignment. [ footnote 4 ] so .....

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1869

Hornthall Vs. the Collector

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1869

..... controversies between citizens of different states are page 76 u. s. 565 plainly within the judicial power of the united states, as conferred by the constitution, and congress provided in the eleventh section of the judiciary act that the circuit courts should have original cognizance, concurrent with the courts of the several ..... on petition of the defendant into the circuit court for the district, and the jurisdiction of the court is clear beyond dispute, irrespective of the citizenship of the parties; but the act of the second of march, 1867, provides that no suit for the purpose of restraining the assessment or collection ..... states, of suits between a citizen of the state where the suit is brought and a citizen of another state. [ footnote 5 ] citizenship of the parties to a suit, where it is the foundation of jurisdiction in the federal courts, must be distinctly averred so as to show not ..... face, the general rule is not to allow costs. the judiciary act of 1789 limits the jurisdiction of the federal courts, so far as determined by citizenship, to "suits between a citizen of the state in which the suit is brought and a citizen of another state." an act of 1833, [ footnote ..... and to amend an act to provide internal revenue," &c.;, 14 id. 172. insurance company v. ritchie, 5 wall. 541, affirmed. 2. where such citizenship as is necessary to give jurisdiction to the federal courts is not averred, the suit cannot be maintained. 3. where the circuit court dismisses a bill for want .....

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1869

Kennedy Vs. Gibson

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-01-1869

..... section, the implication is clear that receivers also may sue in the courts of the united states by virtue of the act, without reference to the locality of their personal citizenship. [ footnote 4 ] the bill in the case before us contains no averment of any action by the comptroller touching the personal liability of the stockholders. the demurrer of the defendants .....

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