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I don't get the answer to Question 3. I narrowed it down to (b) and (e).

For (b) I didn't see any source for Personal Jurisdiction at all. At least in (e) I could see that P/the court might mistakenly believe that Personal Jurisdiction would be satisfied by domicile at the time of the incident. So I chose (b) since it seemed less likely to me.

What am I missing in (b)?

Michael Green


The relevant action is the one by Jones against Smith - and that means the counterclaim. There is probably PJ over plaintiffs for counterclaims, even permissive counterclaims, brought be defendants against them.

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