Baughman v. Interval International Inc.
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|August 24, 2010
ORDER denying Plaintiff's 28 Motion for Extension of Time; directing hte Clerk to enter judgment accordingly. Signed by Judge Mary H Murguia on 8/22/10.(REW)
|July 12, 2010
ORDER - IT IS ORDERED granting without prejudice Dft's 18 Motion inthe Alternative to: (1) Strike and Dismiss; (2) Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim; (3) Dismiss for Improper Venue; or (4) Set an Evidentiary Hrg to Determine Venue. FURTHER ORDERED that Pla shall have ten days from the filingdate of this Order to file an amended complaint, in compliance with this Order and the Court's 15 Order of 1/27/2010. FURTHER ORDERED denying as moot 22 Dft's Consolidated: (1) Motion to Strike/Dismiss Pla's Statements of Claims; (2) Reply in Support of Motion to Strike or, in the Alternative, Dismiss; and (3) Objection to Request for Production of Documents. FURTHER ORDERED denying as moot 23 Pla's Consolidated: (1) Motion to Allow Pla's Statement of Claims to be Submitted Without Further Denial by the Dfts; (2) Motion to Allow and Objection of the Location due to Financial and Physical Reasons; (3) Motion to Start a Claim by Dfts or Allow Further requests by the Pla for Production of Documents by the Dfts in so to Allow the Pla's Case to be Tried in Arizona Courts; and (4) Motion for Complaint to be Decided in Favor of Pla Before a Court Date to Procedural Breachs [sic] by the Dfts. Signed by Judge Mary H Murguia on 7/9/10. (SAT)
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