Wolffing et al v. Household Finance Corporation II et al
||Household Bank F.S.B., HSBC Mortgage Services, Household Finance Corporation II and Mortgage Electronic Systems Inc.
||Mary R. Wolffing and Bruce A. Wolffing
||December 18, 2012
||Vermont District Court
||J. Garvan Murtha
|Nature of Suit:
||Torts to Land
|Cause of Action:
||15:1601 Truth in Lending
|Jury Demanded By:
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|August 21, 2013
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: In a May 2013 7 Order, the Court provided the Plaintiffs with fourteen days to oppose dismissal. Although over three months have passed since that order, the Plaintiffs have yet to file an opposition. The Plaintiffs' Com plaint is therefore DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. The HSBC Defendants' 9 motion to enjoin the Plaintiffs from pursuing future litigation is DENIED. The Court grants the HSBC Defendants leave to renew their motion should the Plaintiffs attempt to file additional frivolous pleadings. Signed by District Judge J. Garvan Murtha on 08/21/2013. (wjf)
|May 6, 2013
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: re 6 Affidavit filed by Mary R. Wolffing, Bruce A. Wolffing Show Cause Response due by 5/20/2013. The Plaintiffs may submit a pleading within fourteen days of this order establishing that: (1) the Rooker-Feldman doctrine does not bar this Court from exercising jurisdiction over their claims; and (2) the state court foreclosure proceedings do not bar litigation of their claims on issue preclusion grounds. If the Plaintiffs fail to raise meritorious arguments in opposition, the Court shall dismiss this action with prejudice. Signed by District Judge J. Garvan Murtha on 5/6/2013. (wjf)
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