United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company v. Armstrong et al

Case Number: 2:2006cv00372
Filed: April 24, 2006
Court: Alabama Middle District Court
Office: Montgomery Office
Presiding Judge: W. Harold Albritton
Referring Judge: Wallace Capel
Nature of Suit: Contract: Other
Cause of Action: 28:1346 Breach of Contract
Jury Demanded By: None

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May 3, 2006 7 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER re 2 APPLICATION for Preliminary Hearing filed by United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company. Although USF&G has not requested a temporary restraining order, the nature of the allegations and the relief requested indicate to the court that t ime is of the essence. However, the Armstrongs have not yet been served. Accordingly, the court ADVISES the plaintiff that the Magistrate Judge lacks the authority to decide any of the issues in this case without the consent of all of the parties. Thus, as soon as service is perfected upon the defendants, USF&G should notify the Clerk of the court whether it intends to consent to the Magistrate Judge, provided however, that no notice is sent to the undersigned judge. When service is perfected, the court will issue a similar directive to the defendants. Signed by Judge Vanzetta P. McPherson on 5/3/2006. (dmn)

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