Edwards v. Wachovia Mortgage et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|October 4, 2011
ORDER: The (Doc. 26 ) Motion to Dismiss the Second Amended Complaint filed by Defendant Wells Fargo on behalf of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., World Savings Bank, FSB and Wachovia Mortgage is granted. Plaintiff's counsel Nicole Gallagher's (Doc. 36 ) Motion to Withdraw is granted. No later than 15 days from the date of this Order, Nicole Gallagher shall mail a copy of this Order to Plaintiff Greg Edwards and file a proof of service including his last known addresses. No later than 90 days from the date of this Order, Plaintiff must file a motion for substitution pursuant to Local Rule 83.3, requesting an order of substitution and indicating whether Plaintiff will represent himself in this action, or appoint a new attorney to represent him in this action. If no motion for substitution is filed within 90 days from the date of this Order, this action will be dismissed without prejudice. Signed by Judge William Q. Hayes on 10/4/2011. (mdc)
|May 26, 2011
ORDER: The (Doc. 31 ) Ex Parte Application for a Temporary Restraining Order Re: a Preliminary Injunction filed by Plaintiff is denied. Signed by Judge William Q. Hayes on 5/26/2011. (mdc)
|February 10, 2011
ORDER: The (Doc. 6 ) Motion to Dismiss is granted. Plaintiff's claims against Wells Fargo are dismissed. Plaintiff may file a first amended complaint no later than thirty days from the date of this Order. Signed by Judge William Q. Hayes on 2/10/2011. (mdc)
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