Cockhren et al v. Midwest One Bank et al
||James Arthur Cockhren and Margaret Louise Cockhren
||Midwest One Bank, Bill Roth and James Chizek
||June 17, 2011
||US District Court for the Northern District of Iowa
||Eastern Waterloo Office
||Edward J McManus
||Jon S Scoles
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||28 U.S.C. § 1345
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|March 15, 2012
ORDER Adopting 19 Report and Recommendations. 7 Motion for Default Judgment filed by James Arthur Cockhren, Margaret Louise Cockhren, 11 Motion for Relief from Judgment Order of Special Execution filed by James Arthur Cockhren, Margaret Louise Cockhren denied. This matter is dismissed unless plaintiffs file proof of perfected service by not later than 20 days from the date of this order. Signed by Senior Judge Edward J McManus on 3/15/2012. (NEF/copy mailed to plaintiffs) (pac)
|January 13, 2012
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS to deny 7 Pro Se Motion for Default Judgment as to Midwest One Bank, Bill Roth and James Chizek filed by James Arthur Cockhren, Margaret Louise Cockhren and to deny 11 Pro Se Motion for Relief from Judgment Order of Spe cial Execution filed by James Arthur Cockhren, Margaret Louise Cockhren. Motions no longer referred to Magistrate Judge 7 Pro Se Motion for Default Judgment as to Midwest One Bank, Bill Roth and James Chizek; 11 Pro Se Motion for Relief from Judg ment Order of Special Execution. Plaintiffs should be given an additional twenty (20) days in which to perfect service on Defendants. If service is not perfected within that time, then the action should be dismissed. Objections to R&R due by 1/27/2012. Signed by Magistrate Judge Jon S Scoles on 01/13/2012 (copy w/NEF to Plts via US Mail). (skm)
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