When ruling whether a party is an "indispensable" party to a legal action, a court may consider whether: 1.) an adequate remedy exists, if the suit is dismissed; 2.) a judgment without the party will be adequate; and 3.) a judgment reached without the party would prejudice any party.
Harrier Technologies Inc. v. CPA Global Limited
U.S. District Court
February 25, 2013
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