Ronald G. Peeleman et al v. Central Mortgage Company et al

Filing 10

MINUTE ORDER (IN CHAMBERS) Order Remanding Action to State Court by Judge R. Gary Klausner. Accordingly, Defendants has failed to satisfy its burden of showing that the amount in controversy meets the jurisdictional requirement. In light of the foreg oing, the action is hereby remanded to state court for all further proceedings. Remanding case to Los Angeles Superior Court, County of Santa Barbara, Case number 1438185 Case Terminated. Made JS-6 (Mailed 1/10/14) (Attachments: # 1 CV 103) (lom)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA WESTERN DIVISION SOUTHERN DIVISION 312 North Spring Street, Room G-8 Los Angeles, CA 90012 Tel: (213) 894-3535 411 West Fourth Street, Suite 1053 Santa Ana, CA 92701-4516 (714) 338-4750 EASTERN DIVISION TERRY NAFISI 3470 Twelfth Street, Room 134 Riverside, CA 92501 (951) 328-4450 Date: 1/10/14 District Court Executive and Clerk of Court Los Angeles Superior Court County of Santa Barbara 1100 Anacapa Street Santa Barbara, CA 93121-1107 Re: Case Number: 2:13-cv-08745-RGK Previously Superior Court Case No. 1438185 Case Name: Ronald G. Peeleman et al v. Central Mortgage Company et al Dear Sir / Madam: Pursuant to this Court’s ORDER OF REMAND issued on 1/10/14 above-referenced case is hereby remanded to your jurisdiction. , the Attached is a certified copy of the ORDER OF REMAND and a copy of the docket sheet from this Court. Please acknowledge receipt of the above by signing the enclosed copy of this letter and returning it to our office. Thank you for your cooperation. Respectfully, Clerk, U. S. District Court By: L. Muraoka Deputy Clerk G Western ✘ 213-894-1532 G Eastern G Southern Division cc: Counsel of record Receipt is acknowledged of the documents described herein. Clerk, Superior Court By: Date CV - 103 (09/08) Deputy Clerk LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL - REMAND TO SUPERIOR COURT (CIVIL)

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