Lewis v. Extradition Transport of America
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|February 5, 2014
ORDER ADOPTING FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 40 in full. The Clerk of Court is directed to enter default judgment in favor of Stanford Allen Lewis, Jr. and against Extradition Transport o fAmerica in the amount of $75,000.00. Signed by Judge Donald W. Molloy on 2/5/2014. Mailed to Lewis. (TAG, )
|December 2, 2013
ORDER. Lewis's Motion for Default Judgment 22 to the extent he is requesting entry of default is granted. The Clerk of Court is directed to enter the default of Defendant Extradition Transport of America. A hearing shall be held on Lewis' ;s Motion for Default Judgment on January 9, 2014, at the Russell Smith Courthouse in Missoula, Montana. No later that December 16, 2013, Lewis shall file a notice with the Court indicating that he has made arrangements on his own to appear at the January 9, 2014, hearing or that he wishes to appear by video conferencing. Lewis's Motion to Appoint Receivership 23 is denied. Lewis's Motion to Enforce Judgment and Appoint Receivership 24 is denied. Signed by Jeremiah C. Lynch on 12/2/2013. Mailed to Lewis. (TAG, )
|October 24, 2013
ORDER denying 12 Motion for Default Judgment. Signed by Jeremiah C. Lynch on 10/24/2013. Mailed to Lewis. (TAG, )
|September 25, 2013
ORDER ADOPTING 10 FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS in full; denying 3 Motion for Summary Judgment. Signed by Judge Donald W. Molloy on 9/25/2013. Mailed to Lewis. (TAG, )
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