Ouber v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. et al
||Hazel D. Ouber
||Jason Ard and JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association
||February 23, 2015
||US District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana
||Baton Rouge Office
||Shelly D. Dick
||Richard L. Bourgeois
|Nature of Suit:
||Real Property: Other
|Cause of Action:
||28:1331(a) Fed. Question: Real Property
|Jury Demanded By:
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|September 25, 2015
RULING: Local rule 7(f) of the Middle District of Louisiana requires that memoranda in opposition to a motion be filed within twenty-one (21) days after service of the motion. As of 9/25/2015, no memorandum in opposition has been submitted, and no re quests for extensions of time have been made. Therefore the 10 FRCP 12(B)(6) MOTION to Dismiss filed by JPMorgan Chase Bank, National Association is GRANTED and all claims asserted by Plaintiff against Defendant JPMorgan Chase, N.A. are dis missed from these proceedings without prejudice. The claims against Defendant Jason Ard remain in the Court. Any response to this Ruling, based on the appropriate Federal Rule of Civil Procedure, shall be filed within fourteen (14) days and must be accompanied by an opposition memorandum to the original Motion. Signed by Judge Shelly D. Dick on 9/25/2015. (LLH) Modified on 9/25/2015 to edit text (LLH).
|August 28, 2015
RULING Adopting the 19 Report and Recommendation of the U.S. Magistrate Judge and the Plaintiff's 14 Motion to Remand is denied. Signed by Judge Shelly D. Dick on 8/28/2015. (JDL)
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