Walton v. Secretary of Veterans Affairs et al
||Bank of America, N.A., Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, Secretary of Veterans Affairs and Does 1-20, inclusive
||Marilyn A. Walton
||March 22, 2013
||Georgia Northern District Court
||Richard W. Story
|Nature of Suit:
||Real Property: Other
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|February 27, 2014
ORDER granting Bank Defendants' 3 Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's Quiet Title Complaint. Plaintiff is DIRECTED, within fourteen (14) days of this Order, to file an amended complaint consistent with this opinion. In accordance with the foreg oing, Movant CitiMortgage, Inc.'s 10 Motion to Dismiss and Defendant Secretary of Veterans Affair's 14 Motion to Dismiss are DENIED as moot. Following Plaintiff's filing of an amended complaint, Defendants may reassert their arguments and file renewed motions to dismiss as appropriate. If Plaintiff does not file an amended complaint within fourteen (14) days of this Order, the Clerk shall close this case. Signed by Judge Richard W. Story on 2/27/2014. (cem)
|October 15, 2014
ORDER granting Defendants Bank of America, N.A. and Deutsche Bank of National Trust Company's 18 Motion to Dismiss and Defendant Secretary of Veterans Affair's 19 Motion to Dismiss Amended Complaint are GRANTED. Plaintiff's 20 Motion to Strike Sally Quillian Yates & R. David Powell Motion to Dismiss Amended Complaint and Memorandum of Law in Support of Their Motion to Dismiss is DENIED. The Clerk shall close the case. Signed by Judge Richard W. Story on 10/15/2014. (cem)
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