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CASHMAN V. AMADOR & SACRAMENTO CANAL COMPANY, 118 U. S. 58 (1886)
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Cashman v. Amador & Sacramento Canal Company, 118 U.S. 58 (1886)
Cashman v. Amador and Sacramento Canal Company
Submitted April 5, 1886
Decided April 19, 1886
118 U.S. 58
On the facts stated in the opinion of the Court, it is held that the assignment of the cause of action to the plaintiff in error was collusively made for the purpose of creating a case cognizable by the circuit court of the United States, and that the controversy is really and substantially between one of the counties of California and citizens of California, and is not properly within the jurisdiction of the Circuit Court.
The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.
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