Yolanda Quihuis, et al v. State Farm Mutual Automobile I

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Filed Order for PUBLICATION (RICHARD C. TALLMAN, SANDRA S. IKUTA and ANDREW P. GORDON) The certification order filed on April 4, 2014, is amended as follows: 1. At page 7, lines 15 17, delete <<while the Coxes were best served to admit ownership in order to obtain an agreement from the Bojorquezes not to execute a judgment against them>> and insert <<while the Coxes were best served to admit ownership in order to obtain an agreement from the Quihuises not to execute a judgment against them>>. 2. At page 8, lines 5 7, delete <<More specifically, the issue is whether the stipulation (and the subsequent default judgment) between the Coxes and the Bojorquezes that the Coxes owned the Jeep>> and insert <<More specifically, the issue is whether the stipulation (and the subsequent default judgment) between the Coxes and the Quihuises that the Coxes owned the Jeep>>. [9084034]

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Case: 11-18067 05/06/2014 ID: 9084034 DktEntry: 30 FOR PUBLICATION UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE NINTH CIRCUIT YOLANDA E. QUIHUIS and ROBERT QUIHUIS, a married couple, Plaintiffs-Appellants, No. 11-18067 D.C. No. 4:10-cv-00376-RCC v. STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY, a foreign corporation, Defendant-Appellee. ORDER AMENDING ORDER CERTIFYING QUESTION TO THE ARIZONA SUPREME COURT Filed May 6, 2014 Before: Richard C. Tallman and Sandra S. Ikuta, Circuit Judges, and Andrew P. Gordon, District Judge.* Order * The Honorable Andrew P. Gordon, District Judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada, sitting by designation. Page: 1 of 2 Case: 11-18067 2 05/06/2014 ID: 9084034 DktEntry: 30 QUIHUIS V. STATE FARM ORDER The certification order filed on April 4, 2014, is amended as follows: 1. At page 7, lines 15–17, delete <<while the Coxes were best served to admit ownership in order to obtain an agreement from the Bojorquezes not to execute a judgment against them>> and insert <<while the Coxes were best served to admit ownership in order to obtain an agreement from the Quihuises not to execute a judgment against them>>. 2. At page 8, lines 5–7, delete <<More specifically, the issue is whether the stipulation (and the subsequent default judgment) between the Coxes and the Bojorquezes that the Coxes owned the Jeep>> and insert <<More specifically, the issue is whether the stipulation (and the subsequent default judgment) between the Coxes and the Quihuises that the Coxes owned the Jeep>>. Page: 2 of 2

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