Plaintiff brought action against defendant railroad in the federal district court for New Jersey district alleging that she was a citizen of New Jersey and that defendant was a corporation and citizen of New York. Defendant moved to dismiss for lack of diversity of citizenship alleging that it was a consolidated corporation of New York and New Jersey. Held, action dismissed. Since corporate existence was dependent upon both states, and plaintiff was also a citizen of one, diversity did not appear. Gavin v. Hudson & Manhattan R. Co., (D.C. N.J.1950) 90 F. Supp. 172.
Harold G. Christensen,
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