Hutchinson v. Commercial Recovery Systems Inc et al
||NFN Allen, Commercial Recovery Systems Inc, NFN Sparks and Unknown Creditor
||Scott B Hutchinson
||March 27, 2013
||Texas Northern District Court
||Sidney A Fitzwater
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||15:1692 Fair Debt Collection Act
|Jury Demanded By:
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|May 30, 2013
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER denying 11 Motion for Default Judgment filed by Scott B Hutchinson; granting 13 Motion to Dismiss filed by Scott B Hutchinson; denying as moot 14 Motion to Set Aside Default filed by Commercial Recovery Syste ms Inc; and granting 15 Amended Motion to Set Aside Default filed by Commercial Recovery Systems Inc. The 10 Clerk's ENTRY OF DEFAULT as to Commercial Recovery Systems Inc. is set aside. (Ordered by Chief Judge Sidney A Fitzwater on 5/30/2013) (Chief Judge Sidney A Fitzwater)
|January 9, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER denying 22 First MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Scott B Hutchinson; denying 28 Motion for Summary Judgment filed by Scott B Hutchinson; denying 29 Motion for Summary Judgment filed by Scott B Hutchinson; denying 32 Motion for appointment of a Receiver filed by Scott B Hutchinson; denying 42 Motion for Leave to File filed by Commercial Recovery Systems Inc.; denying 43 objection to defendants' summary judgment response filed by Scott B Hutchinson; and denying 45 Motion to Strike filed by Commercial Recovery Systems Inc. (Ordered by Chief Judge Sidney A Fitzwater on 1/9/2014) (Chief Judge Sidney A Fitzwater)
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