Baker et al v. M/Y SEATEX, O.N. 287804 et al
JDR MINUTE ORDER re MOTION for ORDER OF FORECLOSURE AND SALE. Plaintiff to comply with Local Admiralty Rule (e)-14. Amended Pleadings due forthwith. (JAM, Chambers Staff)
MINUTES OF THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF ALASKA
DONALD E. BAKER; L. SUE BAKER; SEATEX CHARTERS, INC., an Alaskan Corporation
M/Y SEATEX, O.N. 287804, HER TACKLE, APPAREL, BOATS, APPURTENANCES, In Rem;
DANIEL JEFFERY WEBB; SEATEX CHARTERS II LLC, In Personam
Case No. 3:11-cv-00096-HRH-JDR
THE HONORABLE JOHN D. ROBERTS, United States Magistrate Judge
Leslie R. Need, Law Clerk - Magistrate Judge's Chambers
MINUTE ORDER FROM CHAMBERS
RE: Motion for Order of Foreclosure and Sale (Docket 23)
The Plaintiff has filed a Motion for Order of Foreclosure and Sale at Docket 23.
Neither the Motion nor the proposed order include a date, time or location for the proposed sale.
Local Admiralty Rule (e)-14 requires that an order for the sale of a vessel must contain this
information. Plaintiff is HEREBY DIRECTED to file such information forthwith. An Order
regarding the Motion at Docket 23 will not issue until the pertinent information is on file with the
Court. IT IS SO ORDERED.
Entered at the direction of the Honorable John D. Roberts, United States Magistrate Judge
August 11, 2011
Any request for other information or for clarification, modification, or reconsideration of this Order, or for extension of time must be made
as a motion. See FED.R.CIV.P. 7(b)(1); D.Ak.LR. 7.1(1). No one should telephone, fax or write to chambers regarding pending cases.
The magistrate judge's judicial assistant and/or law clerk are not permitted to discuss any aspect of this case, provide any information or
communicate with any person including litigants, lawyers, witnesses and the public regarding cases.
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