Draughn v. Horwest Bank Company

Defendant: Norwest Bank Company
Plaintiff: B. A. Draughn
Case Number: 0:2011cv02940
Filed: October 6, 2011
Court: Minnesota District Court
Office: DMN Office
County: XX US, Outside State
Presiding Judge: David S. Doty
Referring Judge: Jeanne J. Graham
Nature of Suit: Other Fraud
Cause of Action: 15:1601
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
November 8, 2011 6 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS. Adopting 3 Report and Recommendation; Denying 2 Application to Proceed In Forma Pauperis in District Court filed by B. A. Draughn (Written Opinion). Signed by Senior Judge David S. Doty on 11/8/2011. (PJM) CC: Draughn. (KT)

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