CARTER v. SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION COMMISSIONER
Case Number: 2:2020cv00269
Filed: July 29, 2020
Court: US District Court for the District of Maine
Nature of Suit: Other
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Date Filed Document Text
July 30, 2020 Filing Fee Paid via Credit Card ( Filing fee $ 400 receipt number AMEDC-2283429.), filed by DALE ELWELL CARTER.(EMERY, DANIEL)
July 29, 2020 Filing 3 Summons Issued as to SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION COMMISSIONER. Counsel shall print the embossed summons and effect service in the manner in accordance with Fed.R.Civ.P.4. Note-If you are using Version 6 of Adobe Acrobat, be sure the PRINT WHAT field is set to DOCUMENTS AND COMMENTS (Click File, then Print to check this setting). (Attachments: #1 Attorney General summons, #2 U.S.Attorney summons)(bfa)
July 29, 2020 Filing 2 CIVIL COVER SHEET. (bfa)
July 29, 2020 Filing 1 COMPLAINT against SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION COMMISSIONER PAYMENT OF FILING FEE DUE WITHIN 48 HOURS. IF FILING FEE IS BEING PAID WITH A CREDIT CARD COUNSEL ARE INSTRUCTED TO LOGIN TO CMECF AND DOCKET Case Opening Filing Fee Paid FOUND IN THE Complaints and Other Initiating Documents CATEGORY. CHECK PAYMENTS DUE WITHIN 48 HOURS., filed by DALE ELWELL CARTER. (Service of Process Deadline 10/27/2020) Fee due by 7/31/2020.(bfa)

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