Fiorillo v. Najarian, et al
|Plaintiff:||OCEAN VACATIONS REALTY TRUST and OCEAN VACATIONS, LLC|
|Plaintiff / Appellant:||NICHOLAS J. FIORILLO|
|Defendant / Appellee:||DANIEL NAJARIAN, FIUMARA CHRISTOPHER, CROWD LENDING LLC, CROWD LENDING FUND 1, LLC, WASHINGTON FUND ET AL., DAVID GRASSANO, NEIL COHEN, DANIEL P. MCLAUGHLIN and DANIEL P. MCLAUGHLIN ACTIONEERS|
|Filed:||February 10, 2023|
|Court:||U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit|
|Nature of Suit:||Foreclosure|
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|Date Filed||Document Text|
|April 7, 2023||ORDER to Show Cause entered directing appellant to show cause why this appeal should not be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. Show cause response due 04/21/2023. [23-1146] (JMK) [Entered: 04/07/2023 01:39 PM]|
|March 7, 2023||NOTICE of default issued. Appellant failed to file a transcript report/order form by the deadline. If transcripts are necessary for this appeal, appellant is directed to file a transcript order form by 03/21/2023. Absent a timely response, this court will set a briefing schedule, if appropriate. [23-1146] (JMK) [Entered: 03/07/2023 12:35 PM]|
|February 28, 2023||Filing fee was paid in the district court by Appellant Nicholas J. Fiorillo on 02/28/2023. [23-1146] (JMK) [Entered: 03/02/2023 01:44 PM]|
|February 10, 2023||COURTESY COPY of Notice of Appeal filed by Appellant Nicholas J. Fiorillo. Certificate of service was not included. [23-1146] (JMK) [Entered: 02/17/2023 11:21 AM]|
|February 10, 2023||CIVIL CASE docketed. Notice of appeal (doc. #34) filed by Appellant Nicholas J. Fiorillo. Transcript Report/Order form due 02/24/2023. Fee due 02/24/2023. [23-1146] (JMK) [Entered: 02/10/2023 11:22 AM]|
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