minimal diversity

Definition of "minimal diversity"
  1. This refers to a condition in a lawsuit where at least one party filing the suit resides in a state different than at least one party being sued
How to use "minimal diversity" in a sentence
  1. The federal court agreed to hear the case due to the presence of minimal diversity between the parties involved.
  2. A crucial factor for removing the case to federal court was the evidence of minimal diversity between the plaintiffs and defendants.
  3. Despite both parties running businesses in the same state, there was minimal diversity due to one of the business owner's personal residence in a different state.

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