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Pleading and Practice Forms Annotated
Automobiles and Highway Traffic
Part Two. Liability for Injury and Damage from Operation of Vehicles
VI. Complaints, Petitions, or Declarations
A. By Owners, Drivers, or Occupants
2. Intersection Collisions
a. In General
§ 222. In federal court—Diversity of citizenship—Against owner and driver of speeding automobile—Owner's imputed negligence for permitting known incompetent driver to operate automobile—Personal injuries
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