Richard P. Cook v. United States of America
Case Number: 7:2019cv00077
Filed: July 24, 2019
Court: US District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina
Office: Southern Division Office
Nature of Suit: Bankruptcy Appeal (801)
Cause of Action: 28:0158 Bankruptcy Appeal from Judgment/Order

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July 24, 2019 Opinion or Order Filing 17 ORDER granting 14 Motion to Consolidate Cases. The appeals in Richard P. Cook, Plan Trustee for Yahweh Center, Inc. v. United States of America, Case No.: 7:19-cv-00077-D and Richard P. Cook, Plan Trustee for Yahweh Center, Inc. v. SunTrust Bank, Case No.: 7:19-v-00111-D, are hereby consolidated into a single case in front of United States District Judge James C. Dever, III. (1) Appellant's Brief with a page limit of 50 pages shall be due 30 days from the date this Order is entered; ( 2) Appellees' respective Briefs of no more than 30 pages in the case of SunTrust and 45 pages in the case of the United States shall be due 45 days from the date Appellant's Brief is filed; and (3) Appellant's Reply Brief of no more than 25 pages shall be due 25 days from date Appellee's Brief is filed. Signed by District Judge James C. Dever, III on 7/23/2019. (Stouch, L.)
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