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Civil Procedure – Jurisdiction – ‘Minimal’ Diversity – Class Action (access required)

This suit by borrowers against a “payday loan” lender in South Carolina is remanded from federal to state court because the lender, a citizen of Delaware and South Carolina, has not shown “minimal diversity” under the relaxed standard of the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, the 4th Circuit holds. Plaintiff borrowers claim defendant, in issuing ...

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