BRT Funding, LLC V. Carlsbad Development I, LLC, et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|February 24, 2010
ORDER - IT IS ORDERED DENYING pla BRT Funding, LLC's 56 Motion to Stay. Pla shall respond to dfts' motion to dismiss no later than 2/26/2010. Signed by Judge Frederick J Martone on 2/24/10. (SAT)
|August 12, 2009
ORDER granting pla's 28 Motion for Default Judgment as to Carlsbad, Richard Bennion, Tad Gygi, Randy Krantz, and D. Gregory Hales. Judgment shall be entered in favor of pla in the amount of $21,604,857.76 with 24.5 percent per annum interest accruing on the principal balance of the loan from 3/20/09 until it is paid in full. Signed by Judge Frederick J Martone on 8/12/2009. (LAD)
|June 8, 2009
ORDER granting in part and denying in part dfts' 34 Motion for relief from entry of default. Entry of default is set aside as to Joan Bennion, Colleen Gygi, Susan Krantz, and Terri Hales; Pla shall 15 days from the date of this order to provid e additional evidence. Dfts shall have to and including 07/10/09 to respond to pla's motion as supplemented; granting Philip Mitchell and Corey Foley's Unopposed 37 Motion to Withdraw as Attorneys of record for dfts. This action is stayed as to dft Carlsbad ONLY and will be dismissed against dft Carlsbad without further notice 60 days from the date of this order, unless the court is advised that the bankcruptcy stay has been lifted by the bankruptcy judge, or that pla's motion to lift the stay has not been ruled on. Signed by Judge Frederick J Martone on 06/05/09. (NOTE: See attached order for full details) (ESL)
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