Marranca v. Commissioner Internal Revenue Service et al
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|March 31, 2009
DECISION AND ORDER DISMISSING as moot 1 Petition to Quash; DIRECTING the Clerk of the Court to DISMISS Respondents IRS, Paulson, Stiff, and Hurst, and substitute the United States in their place; GRANTING the 9 government's Motion to Dismiss the Amended Petition ; DISMISSING the 6 Amended Petition; DENYING the 23 Petitioner's Motion to Dismiss the government's Motion to Dismiss ; DENYING the 29 Petitioner's Petition for Writ Quo Warranto; DENYING the 27 Petitioner 's Notice of Trespass and Motion for Sanctions against the government; DENYING the 16 Petitioner's Motion for Default Judgment against Respondent Precision Process Equipment, Inc.; DISMISSING Precision as a Respondent; DENYING 25 30 Petitioners Motions for Writ of Mandamus; DIRECTING the Clerk of the Court to close this case.Signed by William M. Skretny U.S.D.J. on 3/31/2009. (MEAL)
|January 4, 2008
DECISION AND ORDER DENYING Petitioner's request for the issuance of a temporary restraining order in his "Motion to Quash and Motion for Temporary Restraining Order" (Docket No. 1). FURTHER, Petitioner is directed to serve the summons es he received from the Clerk's Office together with his "Motion to Quash and Motion for Temporary Restraining Order" on Respondents in accordance with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Signed by the Hon. William M. Skretny on 1/4/2008. (JCD)
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