Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation v. Charter Connection Corporation et al
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|September 5, 2008
ORDER Granting in Part and Denying in Part 112 Motion for Credit Bid Authority and for Award of Additional Costs; and Denying as Moot 118 Ex Parte Motion to Shorten Time: Caterpillars request for credit bid authority at the sale is granted. Cater pillars request for custodia legis expenses accrued since November 30, 2007 is denied without prejudice. Caterpillar shall promptly after the sale and confirmation file with the court a motion, supporting evidence, and a proposed order, which shall reflect Caterpillars custodia legis expenses accrued since November 30, 2007. Caterpillars ex parte application for an order to shorten time is denied as moot. Signed by Judge M. James Lorenz on 9/5/2008. (mjj)
|May 4, 2007
ORDER (1)Dismissing Complaint with Leave to Amend (2) Vacating Order Authorizing Issuance of Arrest Warrant; and (3) Recalling Vessel Arrest Warrant: The complaint is Dismissed with leave to amend, the Order Authorizing Issuance of Warrant for Arrest is Vacated, and the in rem warrant for vessel arrest issued May 1, 2007 is herby Recalled. Any amended complaint must be filed no later than 30 days after this order is stamped "Filed". Signed by Judge M. James Lorenz on 5/4/2007. (mjj, )(mam). Modified on 5/8/2007 to add dismissing text (mjj, ).
|May 3, 2007
ORDER denying 3 Ex Parte Motion for Order Appointing Substitute Custodian: Plaintiff's Ex Parte Motion for Order Appointing Substitute Custodian and Order Authorizing Movement and Inspection of Defendant Vessel is Denied Without Prejudice to refiling it with the requisite support. Signed by Judge M. James Lorenz on 5/3/2007. (mjj, )(mam).
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