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    It is a general rule that the grant of jurisdiction to one court does not, of itself, imply that the jurisdiction is to be exclusive. See Gittings v. Crawford,
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 8, 2013
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      It is a general rule that the grant of jurisdiction to one court does not, of itself, imply that the jurisdiction is to be exclusive. See Gittings v. Crawford, Taney's Dec. 1; Ames v. Kansas, 111 U.S. 449, 464; Plaquemines Fruit Co. v. Henderson, 170 U.S. 511, 517, 518; Merryweather v. United States, 12 F. (2d) 407, 409, 410.

       

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