- § 1390. Scope
- § 1391. Venue generally
- [§ 1392. Repealed.
- [§ 1393. Repealed.
- § 1394. Banking association’s action against Comptroller of Currency
- § 1395. Fine, penalty or forfeiture
- § 1396. Internal revenue taxes
- § 1397. Interpleader
- § 1398. Interstate Commerce Commission’s orders
- § 1399. Partition action involving United States
- § 1400. Patents and copyrights, mask works, and designs
- § 1401. Stockholder’s derivative action
- § 1402. United States as defendant
- § 1403. Eminent domain
- § 1404. Change of venue
- § 1405. Creation or alteration of district or division
- § 1406. Cure or waiver of defects
- § 1407. Multidistrict litigation
- § 1408. Venue of cases under title 11
- § 1409. Venue of proceedings arising under title 11 or arising in or related to cases under title 11
- § 1410. Venue of cases ancillary to foreign proceedings
- § 1411. Jury trials
- § 1412. Change of venue
- § 1413. Venue of cases under chapter 5 of title 3
Any civil action by a national banking association to enjoin the Comptroller of the Currency, under the provisions of any Act of Congress relating to such associations, may be prosecuted in the judicial district where such association is located.
Any civil action for the collection of internal revenue taxes may be brought in the district where the liability for such tax accrues, in the district of the taxpayer’s residence, or in the district where the return was filed.
Any civil action of interpleader or in the nature of interpleader under section 1335 of this title may be brought in the judicial district in which one or more of the claimants reside.
Any civil action by any tenant in common or joint tenant for the partition of lands, where the United States is one of the tenants in common or joint tenants, may be brought only in the judicial district where such lands are located or, if located in different districts in the same State, in any of such districts.
Any civil action by a stockholder on behalf of his corporation may be prosecuted in any judicial district where the corporation might have sued the same defendants.
Proceedings to condemn real estate for the use of the United States or its departments or agencies shall be brought in the district court of the district where the land is located or, if located in different districts in the same State, in any of such districts.
Actions or proceedings pending at the time of the creation of a new district or division or transfer of a county or territory from one division or district to another may be tried in the district or division as it existed at the institution of the action or proceeding, or in the district or division so created or to which the county or territory is so transferred as the parties shall agree or the court direct.
A district court may transfer a case or proceeding under title 11 to a district court for another district, in the interest of justice or for the convenience of the parties.
Notwithstanding the preceding provisions of this chapter, a civil action under section 1346(g) may be brought in the United States district court for the district in which the employee is employed or in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.