Business Law
posted by Rald .
Joe an Idaho resident was driving in Tenn. and struck Jane, a Tenn. resident. Which is true?
1. Jane can sue Joe in Tenn. federal court if her damages are greater than $75,000.
2. Jane can't see Joe in Tenn federal court because Joe isn't a resident.
3. Jane may sue Joe in Tenn federal court, no matter the amount of damage
4. Joe can sue Jane in Tenn federal court only if the case involves violation of federal law.
I chose # 1. Is this correct
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