Cole v. Bank of America, N.A.
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER scheduling a Status Hearing for September 15, 2017. Signed by Judge Green on 7/28/2017. (jf3s, Deputy Clerk)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR PRINCE GEORG F.'S
JENNIFER . COLE
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER ( f01 ' '
The court notes that the plaintiff is self-represented. The plaintiff bn
litigant. The court would, however, strongly advise that the plaintiff seek the
Procedure and Maryland Rules of Evidence are applicable to all litigants whether:: .:•
difficult and hard to understand, lithe plaintiff has difficulty in finding an attorney, tht•,.
ice George's Bar
Association-Lawyer Referral Service at 301-952-1442 or visit the Self Represented Lit,: :a Pot!:,.
-n the second floor
of the courthouse, Room M2435.
Likewise, the court notes that there is no service of the bill of complaint on he
papers on the defendant is the formal method of notifying the defendant that
of the original
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the initial due process requirements of the United States Constitution and th,
original papers must be accomplished by a person other than the plaintiff givH • Ihc d
means, see Md. Rules 2-121, 2-122 and 2-123. A certificate of service whiC
• with the , • , , see
Md. Rule 2-126.
THEREFORE, it is this 28" day of July, 2017 by the Circuit Coon 5, 7
ORDERED, that a STATUS HEARING be set o. : . ember
Leo E. Green, Jr.
Civil Coordinating Judge
Copies mailed by Court to:
Jennifer W. Cole
12601 King Arthur Ct.
Glenn Dale, MD 20769
ne Boyd, Civil P rgal to the
orable Leo E. Green, Jr.
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