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United Property and Casualty Insurance Co. v. Davis

Court: SD Tx  04/25/2019  Court Determines that Jurisdiction over Insurer's Declaratory Judgment was Proper and that Abstention was Unnecessary

Court finds that insured's joinder of non-diverse retail agent was not enough to deprive it of jurisdiction and that abstention was not warranted based on Trejo factors.

homeowner's insurance policy, duty to defend, declaratory judgment action, diversity jurisdiction, joinder, abstention, Trejo factors, justiciability, authority to grant relief

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