Deborah Worthing Webb v. William Calvin Webb et al
||Sandra S Polin, Equity Title, Patrick De Carlos, Coldwell Banker, Chase Bank, Calif Reconveyance, William Calvin Webb and West Coast Escrow
||Deborah Worthing Webb
||May 21, 2013
||California Central District Court
||Christina A. Snyder
||Patrick J. Walsh
|Nature of Suit:
||Fraud or Truth-In-Lending
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|May 22, 2013
MINUTES (IN CHAMBERS) PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST FOR PROTECTIVE INJUNCTIVE RELIEF by Judge Christina A. Snyder: Plaintiff requests an emergency order requiring defendant William Webb, her spouse, to vacate the real property she allegedly owns in Marina Del Rey, where she has resided since 1998. What plaintiff appears to seek is a restraining order against her spouse, relief that cannot be granted unless the Court has a proper basis for subject matter jurisdiction over this case. It appears to the Court that it lacks subject matter jurisdiction because plaintiff advances no federal claims and there is no showing of diversity jurisdiction. Therefore, the Court must DENY plaintiff's request for injunctive relief. The Court hereby orders plaintiff to show cause within 14 days why this action should not be dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. Court Reporter: Not Present. (gk)
|June 11, 2013
MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS ORDER DISMISSING CASE by Judge Christina A. Snyder: To date, plaintiff has not responded to the Court's order, and there is no basis for federal jurisdictional apparent from the face of plaintiff's complaint. Accordingly, the Court hereby DISMISSES this case for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. (Made JS-6. Case Terminated.) (bp)
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