To amend the Interpleader Act.
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To amend the Interpleader Act. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Justice, Administration of,
  • Courts,
  • District courts

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Edition Notes

Other titlesConferring on District Courts additional jurisdiction of bills of interpleader, and bills in nature of interpleader
SeriesH.rp.1437
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination3 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16177396M

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In the Federal Interpeader Act was again repealed and replaced by the Federal Interpleader Act of , 49 Stat. , approved Jan. 20, , drafted by Zechariah Chafee which codified it in as United States Judicial Code §41(26), and established the modern statutory interpleader allowing suite to be brought by any person, firm. Federal Interpleader Since the Act of , 49 Yale L.J. , (). In my view, the Due Process Clause provides the right to be free of multiple taxation of intangibles based on domicile. The Federal Interpleader Act provides the remedy. As the Court holds otherwise, I respectfully dissent. [Footnote 2/1] 28 U.S.C. § [Footnote 2/2].   Statutory interpleader is more flexible, in that it eliminates some of the restrictions imposed by Rule The Federal Interpleader Act allows federal courts to hear cases with minimal diversity among the competing claimants and where the property in dispute is worth at least more than five hundred dollars.   The first amended complaint in interpleader defined the dispute over the policy benefits. On the one hand, Frank filed a claim to obtain the benefits as the sole beneficiary on the policy. On the other hand, Frank was a suspect, at one point "a 'prime' suspect in the death of his wife," and LAPD had an ongoing investigation into Rosamaria's death.

Maryland Casualty Co. (C.A.8), 69 F.2d , A.L.R. , decided before the passage of the amended Act of authorizing bills in the nature of interpleader. [2] The form books are not of much help on the question of making provisions for notice and hearing in the temporary restraining order granted ex parte under the Interpleader Act or. The modern era of a more codified approach to interpleader began with the Interpleader Act of The informative book “The Law of Interpleader as Administered by the English, American, Canadian and Australian Courts” (RJ MacLennan, pub. Carswell) describes the ensuing history at The defendants in this case have filed a motion to dismiss the bill on the ground that it is neither a bill for interpleader nor a bill "in the nature of interpleader" within the meaning of the Judicial Code, § 24(26), as amended Janu , c. 13, § 1, 49 Stat. , United States Code Supp. III, ti § 41(26), 28 U.S.C.A. § 3 EXEMPTIONS c. E CHAPTER E An Act exempting Certain Property from Seizure and Sale under Execution SHORT TITLE Short title 1 This Act may be cited as The Exemptions Act. Interpretation In this Act: (a) “debtor” means a person who owes payment or other performance of the obligation secured, whether or not he owns or has rights in the goods;.

Act ID: Act Number: Enactment Date: Act Year: Short Title: The Code of Civil Procedure, Long Title: An Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to the procedure of the Courts of Civil Judicature. Ministry: Ministry of Law and Justice: Department: Legislative Department: Enforcement Date:   Rule Interpleader. Rule in this case means Federal Rule of Civil Procedure A federal court can hear a Rule Interpleader case if there is (i) complete diversity; and (ii) the amount in controversy is greater than $75, Complete diversity means that the stakeholder is not a citizen of the same state as any of the competing claimants. Interpleader Law and Legal Definition. Interpleader is the procedure when two parties are involved in a lawsuit over the right to collect a debt from a third party, who admits the money is owed but does not know which person to pay. The debtor deposits the funds with the court ("interpleads"), asks the court to dismiss him/her/it from the. Lawyers representing stakeholders in interpleader actions need to act quickly to identify with particularity the stake, frame the dispute for the court, and move to dismiss all disinterested parties. All this procedural posturing, or arguments between adversaries that do not involve the innocent stakeholder, only prolong dismissal and discharge.