Hoffner v. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Filing 8

ORDER Granting Unopposed Motion to Substitute Defendant, signed by Weld County, District Court Judge, Dinsmore Tuttle, on 8/30/11. (lyg, )

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GRANTED It is hereby ORDERED that upon receipt of this order the moving party shall mail or deliver a copy to any pro se party who has entered an appearance in this action. Dinsmore Tuttle District Court Judge DATE OF ORDER INDICATED ON ATTACHMENT DISTRICT COURT, WELD COUNTY, COLORADO Court Address: P.O. Box 2038 Greely, CO 80632-2038 (970) 351-7300 EFILED Document – District Court 2011CV39 CO Weld County District Court 19th JD Filing Date: Aug 30 2011 5:26PM MDT Filing ID: 39575369 Plaintiff: LARRY W. HOFFNER v. Defendants: BANK OF CHOICE HOLDING COMPANY, d/b/a BANK OF CHOICE ▲COURT USE ONLY▲ Case Number: 2011CV39 Attorneys for Defendant Peter F. Munger, #12438 Ryan P. Lessman, #35755 Jackson Lewis LLP 950 17th Street, Suite 2600 Denver, Colorado 80202 Telephone: (303) 892-0404 Facsimile: (303) 892-5575 E-Mail: peter.munger@jacksonlewis.com ryan.lessman@jacksonlewis.com Division: ORDER GRANTING UNOPPOSED MOTION TO SUBSTITUTE DEFENDANT The Court, having reviewed the Unopposed Motion to Substitute Defendant [Docket No. __] and being fully advised in the premises, HEREBY GRANTS the Motion. It is ORDERED that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation as Receiver for Bank of Choice is substituted as the defendant in this action. SO ORDERED this ____ day of August, 2011. BY THE COURT: ___________________________ District Court Judge Court: CO Weld County District Court 19th JD Judge: Dinsmore Tuttle File & Serve Transaction ID: 39545964 Current Date: Aug 30, 2011 Case Number: 2011CV39 Case Name: HOFFNER, LARRY W vs. BANK OF CHOICE HOLDING COMPANY A COLORAD /s/ Judge Dinsmore Tuttle

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