Is subject matter jurisdiction proper in federal district court

Is subject matter jurisdiction proper in federal district court

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Is subject matter jurisdiction proper in federal district court? (1) A, a domiciliary of Oklahoma, sues B, a domiciliary of Michigan for breach of a contract for the sale of goods alleged to be worth $75,000. No: doesn’t exceed 75K (2) A, a domiciliary of Oklahoma, sues Band C, both domiciliaries of Michigan for breach of a contract for the sale of goods, alleged to be worth $100,000. Yes: Both diverse, 75 + (3) A, a domiciliary of Oklahoma, sues B, a resident of Michigan, and C, a domiciliary of Oklahoma, for the breach of a contract for the sale of goods alleged to be worth $100,000. No: C’s domicile violates Strawbridge (4) A class consisting of domiciliaries of Oklahoma and Nebraska sues B, a land developer domiciled in Nebraska for breach of contract. The claims against the developer total $5 million. No: falls under 1332(d) and doesn’t ecxceed 5 mil (5) A, a domiciliary of Oklahoma, sues Great Western United Corporation, a Delaware corporation with executive offices in Texas and administrative offices in Oklahoma, alleging breach of an employment contract involving $100,000 in lost wages. Yes: according to Hertz, the PPB/NC is Texas (a) What if A were a domiciliary of Delaware? No: 1332(c) says PPB and where incorporated
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