Ihekoronye v. United Property & Casualty Insurance Co.
The district court rejected the insurer's contention that attachment of the binding stipulation as an exhibit to the insured's original petition rendered it invalid and rejected, as a basis for removal on diversity jurisdictional grounds, the insurer's argument that the petition itself did not clearly state the amount in controversy.
homeowner's insurance policy, removal, diversity, motion to remand, amount in controversy, binding stipulation, attorneys' fees
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