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Contract Clause Can’t Confer Jurisdiction (access required)

Even though plaintiff’s insurance policy says suit must be filed in the federal district court of the “district in which the insured property was located at the time of the loss,” a Norfolk U.S. District Court dismisses plaintiff’s suit for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. Although the amount in controversy is over $75,000, there is no ...

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