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Dec 04 1882 (FN)

King Vs. Cornell

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-04-1882

..... provision was made for aliens. no provision was made in any law for the removal of cases arising under the constitution or laws of the united states if the necessary citizenship of the parties did not exist. in 1875, the subject of removals seems to have been brought specially to ..... and laws of the united states were authorized without regard to the citizenship of the parties, and instead of confining the privileges of removal to defendants or citizens of states other ..... it been added, the law would have been uniform and allowed removals by both parties in all cases where the right was dependant on citizenship. with it out, if we hold that the old law is unrepealed, an alien defendant will be allowed to remove his separate controversy ..... embodied in section 639 of the revised statutes, which was subdivided so as to present the different grounds of removal, depending on the citizenship of the parties. in this condition of the law, only aliens and citizens of states other than that in which the suit was brought ..... the attention of congress, and the act of that year passed. many important new provisions were introduced, and the new act was evidently intended as a substitute for much that had been enacted before. removals of suits arising under the constitution .....

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Oct 23 1882 (FN)

Bacon Vs. Rives

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Oct-23-1882

..... and held subject to such final decree as complainants might obtain against him. though made formally defendants, the executors of george rives occupied substantially the position of mere garnishees. their citizenship was consequently immaterial. the necessary parties, on the respective sides of the controversy which is the foundation of the litigation, being citizens of different states, the relation of the executors ..... is sought, is a citizen of another state, his right to remove the suit to the circuit court of the united states cannot be defeated upon the ground that the citizenship of another defendant who is a stranger to that controversy, and who occupies substantially the position of a mere garnishee, is the same as that of the complainants. 2. a .....

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Nov 06 1882 (FN)

Steamship Company Vs. Tugman

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-06-1882

..... ." the steamship company brought this writ of error. mr. justice harlan delivered the opinion of the court. the underlying question in this case is whether, within the meaning of the constitution and of the statutes determining the jurisdiction of the circuit courts of the united states and regulating the removal of causes from state courts, a corporation created by the laws ..... of the courts of the united states depends upon the character of the parties, it is material under the act of march, 3, 1875, c. 137, to show what the citizenship of the parties was at the commencement of the action, it is sufficient to say that the averment in the original complaint that the company is a foreign corporation, supplemented ..... it sues or is sued in a court of the united states, are conclusively presumed to be citizens or subjects of the state or country which created it. 2. the citizenship of the parties, if it be shown by the record, need not be set out in the petition for the removal of a suit from the state court to the ..... of the action to the application for removal. page 106 u. s. 122 it is not always necessary that the citizenship of the parties be set out in the petition for removal. the requirements of the law are met if the citizenship of the parties to the controversy sought to be removed is shown affirmatively by the record of the case. railway .....

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Nov 13 1882 (FN)

Pritchard Vs. Norton

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Nov-13-1882

..... decide upon the nature, interpretation, and validity of the engagement in question, is that which the parties have, either expressly or presumptively, incorporated into their contract as constituting its obligation. it has never been better described than it was incidentally by chief justice marshall in wayman v. southard, 10 wheat. 1, 23 u. s ..... as a point in pleading, is not one of procedure and remedy. it goes to the substance of the right itself, and belongs to the constitution of the contract. the difference between the law of louisiana and that of new york presented page 106 u. s. 136 in this case is ..... to a denial or obstruction of the rights accruing by a contract, though professing to act only on the remedy, is directly obnoxious to the prohibition of the constitution." mccracken v. hayward, 2 how. 608, 43 u. s. 612 ; cooley, const.lim. 285. hence, it is that a vested right of action ..... where to draw the line of precise classification it is not always easy to determine. the principle is that whatever relates merely to the remedy and constitutes part of the procedure is determined by the law of the forum, for matters of process must be uniform in the courts of the same country ..... the circuit court of the united states sitting in the district of louisiana, in a cause like the present, in which its jurisdiction depends on the citizenship of the parties, adjudicates their rights precisely as would a tribunal of the state according to the laws of the state, so that, in that sense, .....

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Dec 18 1882 (FN)

Steel Vs. Smelting Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-18-1882

..... unrealized hopes to obtain it or claims which it is the exclusive province of a court of equity to enforce. however great these may be, they constitute no defense in an action at law based upon the patent. that instrument must first be got out of the way or its enforcement enjoined before ..... by and remained quiet; that the defendants expended the sum of $5,000 in making improvements on the premises in controversy under the claim that they constituted part of a town site on the public domain; that there was no mining on the land, and that no notice was given that would ..... to make false affidavits respecting the claim patented to be laid before the land department, and the perjury alleged consisted in his own affidavit as to his citizenship, the possession and working, by himself or grantors, of the claim for which the patent was issued, and the absence of a town site embracing ..... sought, whether it be mineral, for which a patent may issue, or agricultural, for which a patent should be withheld, and also as to the citizenship of the applicant. we have so often had occasion to speak of the land department, the object of its creation and the powers it possesses in ..... revised statutes. both acts provided for the acquisition of title, by patent, to mineral lands -- the first act to such as constituted lode claims, the second to such as constituted placer claims. the acts of congress relating to town sites recognize the possession of mining claims within their limits and forbid the acquisition .....

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