The Trial Court erred by denying evidence provided by the Intervenor in the matter before the Trial
Court, presented in both the Motion to Intervene and the Motion to Correct the Record.
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure › TITLE IV. PARTIES Rule 19 1(a)(b)(i)(ii) et.al.
(a) Persons Required to Be Joined if Feasible.
(1) Required Party. A person who is subject to service of process and whose joinder will not deprive the
court of subject-matter jurisdiction must be joined as a party if:
(A) in that person's absence, the court cannot accord complete relief among existing parties; or
(B) that person claims an interest relating to the subject of the action and is so situated that disposing of
the action in the person's absence may:
(i) as a practical matter impair or impede the person's ability to protect the interest; or
(ii) leave an existing party subject to a substantial risk of incurring double, multiple, or otherwise
inconsistent obligations because of the interest.
(2) Joinder by Court Order. If a person has not been joined as required, the court must order that the
person be made a party. A person who refuses to join as a plaintiff may be made either a defendant or,
in a proper case, an involuntary plaintiff.
(3) Venue. (b) When Joinder Is Not Feasible. If a person who is required to be joined if feasible cannot
be joined, the court must determine whether, in equity and good conscience, the action should proceed
among the existing parties or should be dismissed. The factors for the court to consider include:
(1) the extent to which a judgment rendered in the person's absence might prejudice that person or the
(2) the extent to which any prejudice could be lessened or avoided by:
(A) protective provisions in the judgment;
(B) shaping the relief; or
(C) other measures;
(3) whether a judgment rendered in the person's absence would be adequate; and…