Toor v. Mortgageit, Inc. et al
ORDER AFFORDING PLAINTIFF LEAVE TO SUPPLEMENT REQUEST FOR LEAVE TO AMEND. The Court affords plaintiff leave to supplement her request by filing and serving on all defendants, no later than May 21, 2010, her proposed Third Amended Complaint. Signed by Judge Maxine M. Chesney on May 5, 2010. (mmclc1, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 5/5/2010)
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
SUMAN K. TOOR, Plaintiff, v. FARHAD KHAN, et al., Defendants. /
No. C-09-2850 MMC ORDER AFFORDING PLAINTIFF LEAVE TO SUPPLEMENT REQUEST FOR LEAVE TO AMEND
United States District Court
The Court is in receipt of plaintiff Suman K. Toor's "Request for Leave to Amend," filed May 3, 2010, by which plaintiff seeks leave to file a Third Amended Complaint ("TAC"). Plaintiff did not, however, provide the proposed TAC with her request. Under the Local Rules of this District, a party "moving to file an amended pleading must reproduce the entire proposed pleading." See Civil L.R. 10-1. Unless and until plaintiff provides her proposed TAC, the Court cannot rule on plaintiff's request. Accordingly, the Court hereby affords plaintiff leave to supplement her request by filing and serving on all defendants, no later than May 21, 2010, her proposed TAC.1 If, as of May 21, 2010, plaintiff has not filed her proposed TAC, plaintiff's request for leave to amend will be denied, and the instant action will consist of the remaining claims in
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plaintiff's Second Amended Complaint. If, as of May 21, 2010, plaintiff has filed a proposed TAC, the Court, as necessary, will set a briefing schedule on the request for leave to amend. IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: May 5, 2010
MAXINE M. CHESNEY United States District Judge
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