Tene v. Bank of New York Mellon, The et al
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|July 19, 2011
OPINION AND ORDER FOR TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER: IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that (1) Mr. Tene's Combined Verified Application for Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction 2 is GRANTED. (2) The Defendants The Bank of New York Mellon, First Horizon Bank, and CarolSnyder, in her capacity as Adams County Public Trustee, are hereby enjoinedfrom proceeding with the foreclosure sale scheduled for July 20, 2011 for theproperty located at 1725 Chester Stree, Aurora, Colo rado, 80010. This temporaryrestraining order shall remain in effect for a period of no longer than 14 days,unless modified by further order of the Court. (3) A non-evidentiary hearing is set on the law and motion calendar for 7/29/2011 at 01:30 P M in Courtroom A 901 before Judge Marcia S. Krieger. At that hearing, the parties shall be prepared to address any issues relating to the subject-matter jurisdiction of this Court, the need for an evidentiary preliminary injunction hearing and t he scheduling thereof, and any other matters relating to Mr. Tene's request for provisional relief. (4) The Plaintiff shall serve, consistent with Fed. R. Civ. P. 4, a copy of this Order, the Complaint (#1), the Combined Verified Application for Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction (#2) and accompanying briefing (#3,4) prior to the foreclosure sale on July 20, 2011 on all three Defendants. ENTERED BY Judge Marcia S. Krieger on 7/19/11.(msksec, )
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