Donohue et al v. City of Methuen, Massachusetts et al
||Danielle Donohue and Lincolnshouse, LLC
||City of Methuen and John P Gibney
||April 13, 2018
||US District Court for the District of Massachusetts
||Leo T. Sorokin
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|May 17, 2019
District Judge Leo T. Sorokin: ORDER ON MOTION FOR LEAVE TO FILE A SECOND AMENDED COMPLAINT (DOC. NO. 46) entered. For the foregoing reasons, plaintiffs' motion for leave to file a second amended complaint, Doc. No. 46, is DENIED. re 46 Motion to Amend (Simeone, Maria)
|November 21, 2018
District Judge Leo T. Sorokin: ORDER entered re: 14 Motion for Preliminary Injunction. For the foregoing reasons, the plaintiffs have demonstrated a likelihood of success on the merits and a likelihood of irreparable harm if the injunction is wit hheld. They have also demonstrated that the balance of hardships and the public interest favors the issuance of an injunction. Accordingly, the Court preliminarily ENJOINS the defendants from taking further actions to enforce health or safety laws, i ncluding the state Building Code, against the property at 10 Quincy Street, Methuen, in a way that would not apply to a single-family home with the same number of occupants.The parties shall file a joint status report stating each partys proposal for the schedule for the remainder of this litigation by December 7, 2018. (Garvin, Brendan)
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