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Bar Practice Question for October 21st

A woman, a State A citizen, was injured in a bar when a teenager, a State A citizen, fell into her while he was involved in a fight with another patron. The teenager was illegally served drinks at the bar owned by a businessman. The bar was located in State B and the businessman was a State B citizen. The woman brought an action in the U.S. District Court in State A against the businessman alleging negligence and breach of a statutory duty by the businessman. Thirty days after answering, the businessman filed a motion seeking leave to file a third-party claim (i.e., an impleader action) against the teenager based entirely upon the teenager's failure to repay a loan that the businessman made to him earlier that month.

Which of the following is true?

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