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Kyle (TX) sues Pam (TX) for running over his dog. He is claiming $80,000 for the value of the  dog plus pain and suffering.  - Files in TX court of limited jurisdiction - Files in TX general trial court - Files in Federal District Court seated in TX Kyle (TX) sues Jill (OK) for running over his dog while she was on vacation in Austin. He is  claiming $80,000 for the value of the dog plus pain and suffering.  - Files in TX general trial court - Files in OK general trial court - Files in Federal Court w/specialized jurisdiction seated in TX  - Files in Federal district court in TX - Files in Federal district court in OK Gary (TX) was traveling through OK. He causes a car accident and is sued by Betty (OK) as a  result of that accident. The damages are $45,000. - Files in OK general trial court - Files in Federal district Court seated in TX or OK - Files in TX general trail court
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course LEB 03605 taught by Professor Peterson during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas.

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