a sub-category of Federal Subject Matter Jurisdiction:

Federal courts have diversity jurisdiction when parties are citizens of different states or citizens of a state and citizens of a foreign state, and the amount in controversy exceeds $75,000. There must be complete diversity, such that no plaintiff is a citizen of the same state or citizen of the same foreign country as any defendant in the case.

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