Scheck et al v. The Republic of Argentina
||Dieter Scheck and Lydia Scheck
||The Republic of Argentina
||July 6, 2010
||New York Southern District Court
||Foley Square Office
||XX Out of U.S.
|Nature of Suit:
||Recovery of Overpayment and Enforcement of Judgment
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|May 23, 2011
OPINION. #100351 The Court declines to enter a default judgment. Pursuant to the stipulation of October 7, 2010, the Republic will answer, move to dismiss, or otherwise respond to the complaint and motion for summary judgment. The stipulation gave t he Republic 60 days after completion of service. This is now amended so that 60 days runs from the time of the present opinion. The record shows no basis for entry of a default judgment against the Republic. This opinion resolves document number 19 listed on the docket. SO ORDERED (re: 19 MOTION for Default Judgment as to FRCP 55, 56 and Hague Service Convention Article 15(2). filed by Dieter Scheck, Lydia Scheck.) (Signed by Judge Thomas P. Griesa on 5/23/11) (djc) Modified on 5/24/2011 (ajc).
|September 1, 2011
OPINION re: 10 MOTION for Summary Judgment Notice of Motion filed by Dieter Scheck and Lydia Scheck. Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment is granted. Plaintiffs are to submit a proposed judgment to the court. This opinion resolves document number 10 listed on the docket. (Signed by Judge Thomas P. Griesa on 9/1/2011) (ab)
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