Yovanna Herrera v. Structured Asset Mortgage Investments II, Inc. et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|August 29, 2017
MINUTE (In Chambers) by Judge John F. Walter: Remand and JS-6 case per Court Order filed 8/28/2017 18 . (Made JS-6 Case Terminated.) (jp)
|August 28, 2017
TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AND ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION by Judge John F. Walter that this is a proper case for the issuance of an order to show cause and that unless the Court issues a temporary restraining order, Plaintiff will suffer irreparable injury before the matter can be heardon formal notice. Accordingly, and for good cause shown, the Court orders: Defendants submits before this Court in Department 7a on 9/11/2017 at 1:30 PM., of the Central District Court of Cali fornia to show cause as to why a Preliminary Injunction should not be issued enjoining them and their agents from any further foreclosure proceedings regarding the trustee sale of real property commonly known as 11345 Regent Drive, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730. Plaintiff shall serve a copy of the ex parte application together with a copy of this order to show cause, and temporary restraining order, by personal service on Defendants no later than 8/29/2017. Any opposition must be filed and served by Defendants no later than 8/31/2017. If, after reviewing the opposition, Plaintiff considers a Reply necessary and appropriate, she must file and serve it by 9/5/2017. Proof of service of this Order to Show Cause must be filed no later than 8/30/2017. (jp)
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