Rieves, et al v. Kirkwood
Case Number: 2:2004cv00037
Filed: January 20, 2004
Court: US District Court for the Middle District of Florida
Office: Ft. Myers Office
Presiding Judge: Douglas N. Frazier
Presiding Judge: Marcia Morales Howard
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Accomodations
Cause of Action: Americans with Disabilities Act
Jury Demanded By: None

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September 22, 2005 Opinion or Order Filing 33 ORDER adopting 31 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS re 27 Defendant's Motion for Relief from Judgment, to Quash Service, and to Dismiss. The Report and Recommendation is hereby accepted. The Motion for Relief from Judgment and the Motion to Quash Service are granted, and the Motion to Dismiss is denied. Service is quashed, the default and default judgment are set aside, Plaintiff is given thirty (30) days to serve Defendant, and this case is reopened. Signed by Judge Virginia M. Hernandez Covington on 9/22/2005. (agm)
September 8, 2005 Opinion or Order Filing 31 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION 27 recommending that the Motion for Relief from Judgment be granted, the Motion to Quash Service be granted, and the Motion to Dismiss be denied. See Report and Recommendation for details. Signed by Judge Douglas N. Frazier on 9/8/2005. (brh)
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