Coleman v. Provident Funding Associates LP, et al.
||Provident Funding Associates, LP, Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Incorporated, Security Title Agency, Inc., Michael Proctor, Unknown Proctor, MAX Default Services Corp., Jason Cotton, Unknown Cotton and Unknown Parties
||January 28, 2010
||US District Court for the District of Arizona
||Phoenix Division Office
||James A Teilborg
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|July 22, 2010
ORDER granting/denying in parte Motion to Remand Certain Claims (Doc. #457, in MDL-2119). ORDERED that with respect to Coleman (CV 10-200), claim 1 (breach of contract), claim 4 (quite title), claim 7 (invalid deed of trust), claim 8 (intentional inf liction of emotional distress), claim 9 (fraud - misrepresentation and conspiracy), claim 10 (conversion/theft), claim 11 (uniform commercial code), and claim 12 (civil RICO) remain with the undersigned as part of the MDL; claim 2 (Arizona consumer f raud act), claim 3 (home ownership equity protection act), and claim 6 (fair debt collection practices act) are remanded to Judge Silver; to accomplish the bifurcation of this case within this district, the Clerk of the Court is directed to bifurcate Coleman into two cases; the Clerk of the Court shall draw and assign a new Phoenix case number to the portion of the Coleman case that is remaining with the undersigned and the Clerk of the Court shall consolidate that case number into the MDL as a member case. The Clerk of the Court shall transfer theoriginal Coleman case number back to Judge Silver...See Order for Full Details. Signed by Judge James A Teilborg on 7/22/10. (Original Order filed in MDL-2119 (Doc. 964)) (MAP)
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