§ 38:19. Form: Affirmation of defendant's attorney in support of motion to dismiss complaint based on lack of subject-matter jurisdiction—Negligence action against Indian tribe barred by sovereign immunity | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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November 2023 Update
Chapter 38. Pretrial Motions to Dismiss
Paul Steinberg, J.D.; and Theodore Wyman, J.D.
I. Motion to Dismiss Cause of Action or Defense
A. Motion to Dismiss Cause of Action or Defense, In General; Grounds
1. Motion to Dismiss Cause of Action
c. Motion to Dismiss Cause of Action for Lack of Subject Matter Jurisdiction
§ 38:19. Form: Affirmation of defendant's attorney in support of motion to dismiss complaint based on lack of subject-matter jurisdiction—Negligence action against Indian tribe barred by sovereign immunity
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