U.S. Bank, N.A. v. Stacia Trimmer et al
ORDER COMPELLING PLAINTIFF TO SUBMIT FURTHER EVIDENCE IN SUPPORT OF RECOVERY OF ATTORNEY FEES AND COSTS by Judge Otis D. Wright, II: U.S. Bank to submit a detailed accounting of U.S.Banks attorneys fees and costs incurred in filing its Motion to Rem and. If U.S. Bank fails to provide the requested evidence by Wednesday, April 1, 2015, the Court will deny Plaintiffs recovery of attorneys fees and costs in the Courts forthcoming order ruling on Plaintiffs Motion to Remand. (lc). Modified on 3/25/2015. (lc).
United States District Court
Central District of California
U.S. BANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR
SERVERTIS REO PASS-THROUGH
Case № 2:14-cv-09766-ODW-AS
ORDER COMPELLING PLAINTIFF
TO SUBMIT FURTHER EVIDENCE
IN SUPPORT OF RECOVERY OF
STACIA TRIMMER, DARRYL JONES
AND Does Occupants 1 through 10,
ATTORNEY FEES AND COSTS
On March 20, 2012, U.S. Bank N.A., as Trustee for SerVertis REO Pass-
Through Trust I (“U.S. Bank”), filed suit in Los Angeles Superior Court for Unlawful
Detainer against Stacia Trimmer and Darryl Jones.
December 22, 2014, Mary Jones filed a Notice of Removal to United States District
Court, Central District of California. (ECF No. 1.) U.S. Bank subsequently filed a
Notice of Motion and Motion to Remand. (ECF No. 10.)
(ECF No. 1, Ex. A.)
The evidence provided by U.S. Bank in support of its Motion to Remand is
insufficient to award attorney fees and costs incurred in filing its Motion because it
fails to provide an amount and adequate documentation of its entitlement for recovery.
Therefore, the Court ORDERS U.S. Bank to submit a detailed accounting of U.S.
Bank’s attorneys’ fees and costs incurred in filing its Motion to Remand.
If U.S. Bank fails to provide the requested evidence by Wednesday, April 1,
2015, the Court will deny Plaintiff’s recovery of attorneys’ fees and costs in the
Court’s forthcoming order ruling on Plaintiff’s Motion to Remand.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
March 25, 2015
OTIS D. WRIGHT, II
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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