Aramus Holdings LLC v. Shawntae Allen et al
ORDER SUMMARILY REMANDING IMPROPERLY-REMOVED ACTION by Judge Fernando M. Olguin that (1) this matter be REMANDED to the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, 6230 Sylmar Avenue, Van Nuys, California 91401, for lack of subject matter jurisdiction pursuant to 28 USC section 1447(c); (2) the Clerk send a certified copy of this Order to the State court; and (3) the Clerk serve copies of this Order on the parties. (Made JS-6 Case Terminated.) (jp)
CLERK, U.S. DISTRICT COURT
JULY 25 2017
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
BY: ___________________ DEPUTY
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
CENTRAI, DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
ARAMUS HOLDINGS LLC,
Case No. CV 17-5287 FMO (SSx)
ORDER SU~II~ARILY REI~NDING
SHAWNTAE ALLEN, et al.,
The Court will remand this unlawful detainer action to state
court summarily because Defendant removed it improperly.
On July 18, 2017, Defendants Shawntae Allen and Corey Allen,
California state court, filed a Notice Of Removal of that action
to this Court and also presented separate applications to proceed
in forma pauperis.
The Court has denied the latter applications
under separate cover because the action was not properly removed.
To prevent the action from remaining in jurisdictional limbo, the
Court issues this Order to remand the action to state court.
Simply stated, this action could
filed in federal court because the complaint does not competently
~ 1441(a); see Exxon Mobil Corp. v. Allapattah Svcs., Inc., 545
U.S. 546, 563 (2005).
Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED that (1) this matter be REMANDED
to the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, 6230
S ylmar Avenue, Van Nuys, California
matter jurisdiction pursuant to 28 U.S.C. ~ 1447(c); (2) the Clerk
send a certified copy of this Order to the state court; and (3) the
Clerk serve copies of this Order on the parties.
91401, for lack of subject
IT IS SO ORDERED.
~~~ DATED: July 25, 2017
FERNANDO M. OLGUIN
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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