Loxley South, LLC v. Western Express, Inc. et al
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|August 5, 2011
ORDER denying 106 Motion to Alter Judgment. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 8/5/2011. (sdb)
|June 21, 2011
JUDGMENT - In accordance with the order entered May 10, 2011 (doc. 98 ) and the order entered herewith, judgment is hereby entered in favor of defendant Western Express, Inc. and against plaintiff Loxley South, L.L.C. on the plaintiff's claims and judgment is hereby entered in favor of plaintiff Loxley South, L.L.C. and against defendant Western Express, Inc., on the defendant's counterclaims. It is ORDERED that this action is dismissed with prejudice. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 6/21/2011. copies to parties. (sdb)
|May 10, 2011
ORDER granting 69 Western's Motion for Summary Judgment on Loxley South's claims of breach of contract, declaratory relief and specific performance; granting 74 Loxley South's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on Western's claim of fraud; finding as moot 92 Motion to Strike ; finding as moot 94 Motion to Strike. Oral argument is set 5/26/11 at 10:00 am in Courtroom 5A on the issue that Western seeks to recover all sums paid for the property, paid to prepare to construct the road and transfer property back to Loxley South. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 5/10/2011. (srr)
|May 19, 2010
ORDER ADOPTING 32 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS re 13 MOTION to Dismiss filed by Donna Wise, Wayne W. Wise, recommending that defendants' motion to dismiss be granted without prejudice. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 5/19/2010. (cmj)
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