CUNA Mutual Insurance Society v. Carrillo et al
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|May 18, 2009
ORDER granting Application for Entry of Order of Exoneration and Discharge of Interpleader, Permanent Injunction, and Award of Costs and Attorneys' Fees 15 as outlined in this Order. Plaintiff is exonerated and discharged from this interpleade r action. Defendants are permanently enjoined from instituting or pursuing any action against Plaintiff in any court in connection with the Policy proceeds. Plaintiff is awarded attorneys' fees in the amount of $7566 to be paid out of the sum deposited with the Registry of the Court for this case. The Court sees no just reason to delay entering partial final judgment on its award of attorneys' fees to Plaintiffs. Denying as moot the following motions: 26 Motion; 29 Motion; [ 46] Motion ; 48 Motion ; Denying 25 Motion to Statutory Allowacne for Minor Child of Decedent. Denying, without prejudice to refiling at the appropriate time and in the appropriate form, Defendant Margaret Carrillo's Motion to Pay Beneficiary of Record and not Surviving Spouse 47 and Defendant Rachel Carrillo Farris's Request Proceeds of Insurance Policy Paid to Heirs 37 . Signed by Judge James A Teilborg on 5/15/09.(DMT, )
|October 16, 2008
ORDER granting 9 Plaintiff's Motion for Leave to Deposit Funds into the Registry of the Court. Plaintiff shall deposit $100,048.57 into the registry of this Court no later than 12/15/08. Signed by Judge James A Teilborg on 10/15/08.(LSP)
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