Uribe et al v. Countrywide Financial Corporation et al
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|July 7, 2009
ORDER Granting 21 Motion to Dismiss First Amended Complaint; and Granting 24 Motion for Order to Expunge Lis Pendens; Directing Entry of Judgment: Defendants motion to dismiss the FAC is GRANTED WITH PREJUDICE; Defendants motion to expunge lis pendens is GRANTED; The Clerk of the Court is directed to enter judgment in defendants favor and against plaintiffs. Signed by Judge M. James Lorenz on 7/7/2009. (mjj) (kaj).
|January 26, 2009
ORDER Granting 6 Defendant's Motion to Dismiss and Granting Leave to File an Amended Complaint: Defendants motion to dismiss the complaint is GRANTED. Plaintiffs slander of title, TILA rescission claim as to Countrywide and Bank of America and the TILA damages claim as to Countrywide, negligent infliction of emotional distress causes of action and cancellation causes of action are dismissed with prejudice. Plaintiffs quiet title, fraud, RICO, RESPA, and TILA damages claim as to Bank of Am erica only are dismissed without prejudice. Plaintiffs are granted leave to file an amended complaint within 20 days of the filing of this Order. Failure to file an amended complaint within the time provided will result in the closure of this case without further notice to the parties. Signed by Judge M. James Lorenz on 1/26/2009. (All non-registered users served via U.S. Mail Service).(mjj)
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