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Westlaw Delivery Summary Report for KREEP,GARY G
 
Date/Time of Request:
 
Monday, September 14, 2009 23:28 Central
 
Client Identifier:
 
BARNETT
 
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FSFIND
 
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The material accompanying this summary is subject to copyright. Usage is governed by contract with Thomson Reuters, Westand their affiliates.
 
 
 
Page 1566 F.Supp.2d 63, 2008 DNH 129
 
(Cite as: 566 F.Supp.2d 63)
 
© 2009 Thomson Reuters. No Claim to Orig. US Gov. Works.
 
United States District Court,
 
D. New Hampshire.
 
Fred HOLLANDER 
 
v.
 
Senator John McCAIN and the Republican NationalCommittee.
 
Civil o. 08-cv-99-JL.
 
July 24, 2008.
 
Background:
Voter brought action against the Re- publican National Committee (RNC) and its presumed presidential nominee, alleging that candidate was noteligible for the presidency due to fact that he was bornin the Panama Canal Zone. The RNC moved to dis-miss.
 
Holding:
The District Court,Joseph N. Laplante, J.,held that voter did not have standing to bring suit.
 
Motion granted.
 
West Headnotes
 
[1]Federal Civil Procedure 170A 1829
 
170AFederal Civil Procedure
 
170AXIDismissal
 
170AXI(B)Involuntary Dismissal
 
170AXI(B)5Proceedings
 
170Ak1827Determination
 
170Ak1829k. Construction of Pleadings.Most Cited Cases 
Federal Civil Procedure 170A 1835
 
170AFederal Civil Procedure
 
170AXIDismissal
 
170AXI(B)Involuntary Dismissal
 
170AXI(B)5Proceedings
 
170Ak1827Determination
 
170Ak1835k. Matters Deemed Ad-mitted; Acceptance as True of Allegations in Com- plaint.Most Cited Cases A court faced with a challenge to standing at the pleading stage must accept as true all material allega-tions of the complaint, and construe the complaint infavor of the complaining party.
 
[2]Federal Civil Procedure 170A
 
657.5(1)
 
170AFederal Civil Procedure
 
170AVIIPleadings and Motions
 
170AVII(A)Pleadings in General
 
170Ak654Construction
 
170Ak657.5Pro Se or Lay Pleadings
 
170Ak657.5(1)k. In General.MostCited Cases A pro se complaint must be construed liberally, held toless stringent standards than formal pleadings drafted by lawyers.
 
[3]Federal Civil Procedure 170A 103.2
 
170AFederal Civil Procedure
 
170AIIParties
 
170AII(A)In General
 
170Ak103.1Standing
 
170Ak103.2k. In General; Injury or Interest.Most Cited Cases 
Federal Civil Procedure 170A 103.3
 
170AFederal Civil Procedure
 
170AIIParties
 
170AII(A)In General
 
170Ak103.1Standing
 
170Ak103.3k. Causation; Redressabil-ity.Most Cited Cases Article III standing has three requirements: (1) the plaintiff has suffered an injury in fact; (2) that injury bears a causal connection to the defendant's chal-lenged conduct; and (3) a favorable judicial decisionwill likely provide the plaintiff with redress from thatinjury.U.S.C.A. Const. Art. 3, § 1et seq.
 
[4]United States 393 26
 
393United States
 

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