Ameri-Con Materials, Inc. v. Carpenter

Plaintiff: Ameri-Con Materials, Inc.
Defendant: David Carpenter
Case Number: 1:2016cv00092
Filed: April 6, 2016
Court: North Carolina Western District Court
Office: Asheville Office
County: Polk
Referring Judge: Dennis Howell
Presiding Judge: Martin Reidinger
Nature of Suit: Other Personal Property Damage
Cause of Action: 28:1332
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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June 14, 2016 10 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER granting 9 Consent Motion. The Court TRANSFERS this case to the Spartanburg Division of the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina; denying as moot the 6 Motion to Dismiss. Signed by Magistrate Judge Dennis Howell on 6/14/2016. (kby)

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Plaintiff: Ameri-Con Materials, Inc.
Represented By: Charles Daniel Atkinson
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Defendant: David Carpenter
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