Fourth Investment LP v. United States of America
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|August 5, 2011
Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law. Defendants Rule 50 motion on this issue is Denied. The Court finds in favor of the United States and against Plaintiffs Leeds Lp and Fourt Investment LP. Signed by Judge Barry Ted Moskowitz on 8/5/11. (ecs)
|August 4, 2010
ORDER RE CROSS MOTIONS FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT AND MOTION TO AMEND COMPLAINT. The Court GRANTS Defendant's 58 Motion for Summary Judgment. The Court grants summary adjudication in favor of the United States on the following claims and issues: eq uitable estoppel, statute of limitations, proper notice and demand, Rhodes' and Hemet C's status as subsequent purchasers, repudiation of a resulting trust, and limiting the value of the tax lien. The Court, however, holds that there is a g enuine dispute of material fact regarding Plaintiff's status as a subsequent purchaser. The Court DENIES Plaintiff's 59 Motion for Summary Judgment in its entirety. The Court DENIES as moot Plaintiff's 74 Motion for Leave to File a Second Amended Complaint. Signed by Judge Barry Ted Moskowitz on 8/4/10. (jer)
|June 1, 2010
ORDER Granting in part and Denying in part 56 Motion to Strike Witnesses and Exhibits. The Court orders Plaintiff to make the Fourth Ave. and McCall Street properties available for photographing by the United States within thirty days of the filing of this order. The Court also orders Plaintiff to produce its title report within thirty days of the filing of this order. Signed by Judge Barry Ted Moskowitz on 6/1/10. (vet) (jrl).
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