Jones v. Robinson
|Defendant:||BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON and SELECT PORTFOLIO SERVICING, INC.|
|Plaintiff / Appellant:||PAUL M. JONES|
|Defendant / Appellee:||SANDRA J. ROBINSON|
|Filed:||January 19, 2023|
|Court:||U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit|
|Nature of Suit:||Foreclosure|
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|Date Filed||Document Text|
|March 17, 2023||NOTICE of default and intent to dismiss issued directing appellant to file a brief or this case will be dismissed for lack of prosecution in accordance with 1st Cir. R. 45.0(a). Brief due 03/31/2023. [23-1078] (JMK) [Entered: 03/17/2023 03:49 PM]|
|February 1, 2023||A review of the district court docket indicates that a request to proceed in forma pauperis is pending for Appellant Paul M. Jones. [23-1078] (JMK) [Entered: 02/01/2023 11:30 AM]|
|February 1, 2023||ORDER transmitting motion to Proceed In Forma Pauperis to the district court for a ruling. [23-1078] (JMK) [Entered: 02/01/2023 11:26 AM]|
|January 31, 2023||MOTION to proceed in forma pauperis filed by Appellant Paul M. Jones. Served on 01/27/2023. [23-1078] (JMK) [Entered: 01/31/2023 02:24 PM]|
|January 26, 2023||BRIEFING schedule set. Brief due 03/07/2023 for appellant Paul M. Jones. Pursuant to F.R.A.P. 31(a), appellee's brief will be due 30 days following service of appellant's brief and appellant's reply brief will be due 21 days following service of appellee's brief. [23-1078] (JMK) [Entered: 01/26/2023 08:56 AM]|
|January 19, 2023||CIVIL CASE docketed. Notice of appeal (doc. #45) filed by Appellant Paul M. Jones. Fee due 02/02/2023. [23-1078] (JMK) [Entered: 01/19/2023 03:23 PM]|
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