action of a local nature
An action in the federal court the subject matter of which, as appears from the allegations of the complaint, bill, or declaration, is situated wholly within the district in which the suit is brought. East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Railroad Co. v Atlanta & Florida Railroad Co. (CC Ga) 49 F 608.

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