Civ Pro Aggregation Question

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sundance95
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Re: Civ Pro Aggregation Question

Postby sundance95 » Sat Nov 26, 2011 8:11 pm

That looks really bad, but if you check out the Glannon E&E 6th Ed. pg. 258, you'll see a diagram of a crossclaim. 327 has a good diagram of an impleader. The basic difference is that A has no claim against C in the impleader hypo, whereas in a crossclaim both B and C are defending a claim brought by A.

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Re: Civ Pro Aggregation Question

Postby ph14 » Sat Nov 26, 2011 8:13 pm

sundance95 wrote:That looks really bad, but if you check out the Glannon E&E 6th Ed. pg. 258, you'll see a diagram of a crossclaim. 327 has a good diagram of an impleader. The basic difference is that A has no claim against C in the impleader hypo, whereas in a crossclaim both B and C are defending a claim brought by A.


Great, just checked those out, very helpful, and thanks again for clarifying.

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Re: Civ Pro Aggregation Question

Postby Mce252 » Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:26 am

Thanks for the answers. My prof emailed as well and clarified that aggregation is permissible.




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