Mansour v. Doe et al
OPINION and ORDER Extending Plaintiff's Ex Parte Temporary Restraining Order Against Defendant SunTrust Bank. Signed by District Judge Linda V. Parker. (RLou)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
Case No. 17-12962
Honorable Linda V. Parker
JOHN DOE, and
SUNTRUST BANKS, INC.
d/b/a SUNTRUST BANK,
a Georgia Corporation,
OPINION AND ORDER EXTENDING PLAINTIFF’S EX PARTE
TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST DEFENDANT
SUNTRUST BANK [ECF NO. 2]
The foregoing Motion having come before this Court and issues having been
duly considered, and the decision having been duly rendered,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:
1. That Plaintiff has established that, absent the issuance of this Ex Parte
Temporary Restraining Order, Plaintiff will suffer an irreparable injury, to wit, the
release of monies defalcated by Defendant John Doe (“Doe”) to Doe, whose
identity is and may likely remain unknown, by Defendant SunTrust Bank, Inc., in
the care of which they presently reside.
2. That, in the interest of preventing this likely and potentially immediate,
irreparable injury, Defendant SunTrust Bank, Inc. is hereby temporarily restrained
and enjoined from moving, releasing, or otherwise disposing in any way the
remaining funds wired by Plaintiff on September 6, 2017, in the amount of
$272,050.201 to a bank account of Defendant SunTrust Bank, Inc. with the
8250 Miramar Pkwy, Miramar FL 32550
Benef: MARQUEZ QUALITY INC.
3. That Defendant SunTrust Bank, Inc. shall place a hold or freeze on any
such funds, including any outstanding official checks associated with the
s/ Linda V. Parker
LINDA V. PARKER
U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE
Dated: November , 2017
I hereby certify that a copy of the foregoing document was mailed to counsel
of record and/or pro se parties on this date, November , 2017, by electronic
and/or U.S. First Class mail.
s/ R. Loury
The original wire transfer was in the amount of $296,266.20. However, prior to the issuance of District Court
Judge Paul D. Borman’s September 8, 2017 Temporary Restraining Order $24,216.00 was withdrawn at a branch
in Miami, FL. The parties may differ as to the amount that is currently in the account. However, the legal mandate
to refrain from any transfers out of the account, effective as of the date of the first issuance of the Temporary
Restraining Order remains, notwithstanding the accuracy of the amount.
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