AGGREGATION DOCTRINE

AGGREGATION DOCTRINE

aggregation doctrine. The rule that precludes a party from totaling all claims for purposes of meeting the minimum amount necessary to give rise to federal diversity jurisdiction under the amount-in-controversy requirement. See diversity jurisdiction under JURISDICTION; AMOUNT IN CONTROVERSY. [Cases: Federal Courts 344.]
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