Christopher Charles Chebeleu v. Green Tree Servicing, LLC et al
||Christopher Charles Chebeleu
||Does, Green Tree Servicing, LLC and Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC
||April 18, 2016
||US District Court for the Central District of California
||Kenly Kiya Kato
|Nature of Suit:
||Real Property: Other
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|December 8, 2016
MINUTES (IN CHAMBERS) PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST TO DISMISS THE COMPLAINT by Judge Christina A. Snyder: On 11/29/2016, plaintiff, acting pro se, filed a "Request for Leave to Withdraw [the] Complaint Without Prejudice" 17 . From plaintiff 39;s filing it is clear that he seeks to dismiss this action without prejudice so that, according to him, he may better prepare to litigate the issues herein before bringing it again. The fact that plaintiff has filed a request seeking leave to dismiss his complaint rather than a notice of dismissal does not matter. Accordingly, plaintiff's filing acts as notice of voluntary dismissal and plaintiffs complaint is appropriately DISMISSED without prejudice. Court Reporter: Not Present. (gk)
|September 6, 2016
MINUTES (IN CHAMBERS) - ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE by Judge Christina A. Snyder. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that PLAINTIFF show cause in writing not later than October 7, 2016, why this action should not be dismissed for lack of prosecution as to defendant OCWE N LOAN SERVICING, LLC, only. In accordance with Rule 78 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Local Rule 7.15, oral argument shall not be heard in the above matter unless so ordered by the Court. The Order to Show Cause will stand submitted upon the filing of briefs. (iv)
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