Loza et al v. Native American Air Ambulance, Inc. et al

Filing 24

ORDER granting 11 Motion to Dismiss in that dft United States is dismissed without prejudice from this action; granting in part and denying in part 15 Motion to Remand to State Court. Plas' motion to remand is granted to the extent that this matter is remanded back to state court, save the dismissal of United States of America as a dft in this action. FINALLY ORDERED that the Clerk of Court shall close this case. Signed by Judge James A Teilborg on 9/2/2009. (Attachments: # 1 Copy of Remand Letter)(LAD)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF ARIZONA OFFICE OF THE CLERK RICHARD H. WEARE DISTRICT COURT EXECUTIVE / CLERK OF COURT SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR U. S. COURTHOUSE, SUITE 130 401 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, SPC 1 PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85003-2118 RONNIE HONEY Visit our website at www.azd.uscourts.gov CHIEF DEPUTY CLERK SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR U. S. COURTHOUSE, SUITE 130 401 WEST WASHINGTON STREET, SPC 1 PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85003-2118 MICHAEL O'BRIEN CHIEF DEPUTY CLERK EVO A. DECONCINI U.S. COURTHOUSE 405 W. CONGRESS, SUITE 1500 TUCSON, ARIZONA 85701-5010 September 3, 2009 Michael Jeanes, Clerk of Court Maricopa County Superior Court 201 West Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85003-2205 ATTN: RE: Supervisor, Lower Level File Room REMAND TO MARICOPA COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT District Court Case Number: CV-09-1001-PHX-JAT Superior Court Case Number: CV2009-003047 Dear Clerk of Court: Enclosed is a certified copy of the Order entered in this Court on September 3, 2009, remanding the above case to Maricopa County Superior Court for the State of Arizona. Sincerely, RICHARD H. WEARE, DCE/CLERK OF COURT S/L. Dixon L. Dixon, Deputy Clerk Enclosure cc: all counsel/file Judicial Administrator The staff of the Clerk's Office ensures the effective, efficient and professional delivery of clerical and administrative services, while fostering a customer-friendly and employee-friendly environment.

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