Greene et al v. C & K Landscaping et al
||Tennie S. Greene and Joe Nabors
||C & K Landscaping and Paul K. Newman
||July 3, 2008
||US District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
||Motor Vehicle Office
||Charles S. Coody
||Mark E. Fuller
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||28:1332 Diversity-Auto Negligence
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|December 23, 2008
ORDERED: (1) that on or before 12/30/2008 Dfts shall file an amended answer that complies with ALL FRCP and ALL Local Rules, including Rules 8 and 11 and Local Rule 15.1; or in the alternative, (2) if Dfts, in good faith and after due investigation, contend that this Court lacks subject matter jurisdiction or that the MDAL is an improper venue, that on or before 12/30/2008 Dfts shall file a Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Subject Matter Jurisdiction and Improper Venue and briefs in support; and (3 ) that irrespective of which option Dfts elect, all counsel of record for Dfts are to read the Local Rules for the USDC MDAL and the FRCP and to file on or before 12/30/2008 a certification indicating that they have read these rules; (4) Failure to f ile an answer that is fully compliant with all FRCP, this Court's Local Rules, and this Order will result in appropriate sanctions, which may include striking the Answer; and (5) Failure to comply with the other dictates of this Order will likewise result in appropriate sanctions. Signed by Hon. Chief Judge Mark E. Fuller on 12/23/2008. (wcl, )
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