Grange Mutual Casualty Company v. Indian Summer Carpet Mills Inc et al
||Grange Mutual Casualty Company
||Indian Summer Carpet Mills Inc, Water Works and Sewer Board of the City of Gadsden, The and Water Works and Sewer Board of The Town of Centre, The
||July 27, 2017
||US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
||XX US, Outside State
||Staci G Cornelius
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||28 U.S.C. § 1332
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|July 23, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND CONSENT ORDER ENTERING DECLARATORY RELIEF IN FAVOR OF PLAINTIFF:The consent motion to enter declaratory relief in favor of plaintiff, (Doc. 25), is GRANTED;Also pending before the court is Indian Summers motion to enlarge the time to respond to Granges amended complaint. (Doc. 29). The court directs the clerk to please term the motion as MOOT. Signed by Judge Annemarie Carney Axon on 7/23/2018. (TLM, )
|November 17, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER re 25 Consent MOTION to Enter Declaratory Relief in Favor of Plaintiff filed by Grange Mutual Casualty Company. Plaintiff Grange Mutual Casualty Company is HEREBY ORDERED to replead its complaint in a manner tha t substantiates the amount-in-controversy component by a preponderance of the evidence. Grange is further HEREBY ORDERED to brief the Court on the following issues set out herein. The deadline for Grange to replead and file its brief is no later than December 18, 2017. Any ruling on the Consent Motion is RESERVED pending the Court's consideration of Grange's repleader and briefing efforts. Signed by Judge Virginia Emerson Hopkins on 11/17/2017. (JLC)
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