Gutierrez v. PNC Mortgage et al
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|March 26, 2012
ORDER granting Motions to Dismiss on the Merits and Denying in part, as Moot, where Plaintiff has withdrawn certain claims re 14 , 15 . The tenth, eleventh, and fifteenth causes of action are dismissed with prejudice. Plaintiff has thirty (30) days to submit a Second Amended Complaint correcting the deficiencies noted herein for those claims dismissed with leave to amend, only. Failure to do so will result in the Court's dismissal of this case. Signed by Judge Anthony J. Battaglia on 3/26/12. (lao)
|November 3, 2010
ORDER: (1) granting 4 PNC Bank N.A. and PNC Mortgage's Motion to Dismiss and (2) granting 6 GMAC Wholesale Mortgage Corporation's Motion to Dismiss: the Court dismisses without prejudice Plaintiff's claims against PNC Mortgage, PNC Bank N.A., National City Mortgage, and GMAC Wholesale Mortgage Corporation. If Plaintiff wishes to continue litigating this case, she must file an amended complaint addressing the deficiencies raised in PNC's and GMAC's motions within 30 d ays of the date that this Order is electronically docketed. Further, Plaintiff's counsel, Francisco J. Aldana, shall personally serve a copy of this Order on Plaintiff and file proof of service with the Court within 7 days of the date that this Order is electronically docketed. Failure to comply with this Order may result in sanctions. Signed by Judge Janis L. Sammartino on 11/3/10. (lmt)
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