The Bank of New York Mellon v. Oscar Orlando Perdomo et al
ORDER SUMMARILY REMANDING IMPROPERLY-REMOVED ACTION by Judge George H. King: REMANDED case to Superior Court of CA for the County of Los Angeles, Central District, Stanley Mosk Courthouse, 111 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012, for lack of sub ject matter jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. section 1447 (c); (2) the clerk sent a certified copy of this Order to the state court; and (3) the Clerk serve copies of this Order on the parties., Case number 14U05961. Case Terminated. Made JS-6. (Attachments: # 1 CV-103 Letter of Transmittal - Remand to Superior Court) (et)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
District Court Executive and
Clerk of Court
312 North Spring Street, Room G-8
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Tel: (213) 894-3535
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Santa Ana, CA 92701-4516
3470 Twelfth Street, Room 134
Riverside, CA 92501
Date: August 21, 2014
Superior Court of California
Stanley Most Courthouse
111 North Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA. 90012
Re: Case Number: 2:14-cv-06292-UA (Duty)
Previously Superior Court Case No. 14U05961
Case Name: The Bank of New York Mellon v. Oscar Orlando Perdomo et al
Dear Sir / Madam:
Pursuant to this Court’s ORDER OF REMAND issued on August 20, 2014
above-referenced case is hereby remanded to your jurisdiction.
Attached is a certified copy of the ORDER OF REMAND and a copy of the docket sheet from this
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.
Clerk, U. S. District Court
G Southern Division
cc: Counsel of record
Receipt is acknowledged of the documents described herein.
Clerk, Superior Court
CV - 103 (09/08)
LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL - REMAND TO SUPERIOR COURT (CIVIL)
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