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Under federal rules, if a party cannot be joined because of lack of personal jurisdiction, the federal court must determine whether in equity or in good conscience the action can proceed without the party or whether the action should be dismissed. The court must look at the extent to which the judgment rendered would be prejudicial to the absent party, whether the relief determined would be adequate without the party, and whether there are other adequate remedies if the action is dismissed because of nonjoinder.

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