Ruebbling v. Foremost County Mutual Insurance Co.
The court found that the auto insurer had met the requirements for filing an interpleader because, among other things, it had presented evidence of a dispute among the claimants regarding the proper distribution of the agreed settlement proceeds and it had made an unconditional tender of the proceeds to the court's registry.
auto insurance, interpleader, dominant jurisdiction, disinterested stakeholder, Rule 43, unconditional tender, venue, interrelated claims, attorney's fees
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