AmeriCredit Financial Services, Inc. v. Beltway Auto Brokers, LLc, et al.

Filing 19

MEMORANDUM TO COUNSEL denying 14 Motion for Summary Judgment as to Defendant Khazeyer Molavi. Signed by Judge J. Frederick Motz on 8/28/14. (ca2s, Deputy Clerk)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF MARYLAND CHAMBERS OF 101 WEST LOMBARD STREET BALTIMORE, MARYLAND 21201 (41 0) 962-0782 (410) 962-2698 FAX J. FREDERICK MOTZ UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE August 28, 2014 MEMO TO COUNSEL RE: Americredit Financial Services, Inc. Civil No. JFM-14-1107 v. Beltway Auto Brokers, LLC Dear Counsel: I have reviewed the memoranda submitted in connection with plaintiffs motion for summary judgment as to defendant Khazeyer Molavi in connection with count IV of the complaint. I believe that at this stage of the litigation the motion should be denied. That is not to say~ however, that Molavi's invocation of his right against self-incrimination will prevent the entry of summary judgment against until he chooses no longer to assert his right against selfincrimination. If, after discovery has concluded, the record is clear that Beltway Auto is indebted to Americredit and Molavi personally guaranteed the amounts to Beltway Auto, plaintiff is free to renew its motion for summary judgment. Despite the informal nature of this letter, it should be flagged as an opinion and docketed as an order. Very truly yours, Lerick J. Motz United States District Judge n ·-· · /\. Ll CL:.HJ ' JHO!rilll"Jfl.l.V 3:Jl.:UO S. >H:l3'l:j '.as :tJ d sz gnv h!OZ1

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