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(TCO 4) State court jurisdiction can be established in all of the following ways EXCEPT:

a)when the defendant is a resident of the state, a summons may be served at that residence.

b)cases involving more than $75,000 where the plaintiff and the defendant are citizens of different state

c)when the defendant is not a resident, a summons may be personally served should he or she be physically present in the state.

d)most states have legislated "long-arm" statutes that allow a federal court to secure jurisdiction against an out-of-state party where the defendant has committed a tort in the state.

is the answer b?

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