Kale Kepekaio Gumapac et al v. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company et al
||Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Deutsche Bank National Trust Company LLC, Deutsche Bank National Trust Company N A, John Does, Argent Mortgage Company LLC and Argent Securities Inc
||Dianne Dee Gumapac and Kale Kepekaio Gumapac
||December 29, 2011
||California Central District Court
||Otis D Wright
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|February 27, 2012
ORDER by Judge Otis D Wright, II: GRANTS Defendants Motion to Dismiss Plaintiffs Complaint 5 . The March 12, 2012 hearing on this matter is VACATED, and no appearances are necessary. In addition, the parties February 24, 2012 Joint Stipulation to Co ntinue Hearing 12 is DENIED AS MOOT. Plaintiffs may file an amended complaint within fourteen (14) days from the date of this Order, provided they can allege in good faith additional facts to support their claims and this Courts jurisdiction over such claims. If Plaintiffs fail to file an amended complaint within 14 days, the Court will dismiss all claims against Defendants with prejudice. (lc) Modified on 2/28/2012 (lc).
|July 30, 2012
AMENDED ORDER GRANTING Defendants' Motions to Dismiss 20 , 41 by Judge Otis D Wright, II. Defendants' Motions to Dismiss Plaintiffs' FAC are GRANTED in their entireties. Given the inherent flaws in Plaintiffs' claims for relief, the Court finds that additional attempts at amendment would be futile. This case is therefore DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. (lom)
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