Legacy Investments, LLC v. Three Amigos Enterprises, L.P. et al
ORDER DISMISSING CASE:that the parties have agreed to and announced to the Court a settlement of this case; that this case is hereby DISMISSED WITHPREJUDICE as to all parties. If any party fails to comply with the terms of this settlement agreed to b y all parties, any aggrieved party may reopen the case for enforcement of the settlement agreement. This settlement agreement constitutes a global release as to all claims and as to all partieswith prejudice. Signed by Magistrate Judge James C. Sumner on 12/23/08 (SEC)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI JACKSON DIVISION LEGACY INVESTMENTS, LLC VERSUS THREE AMIGOS ENTERPRISES, LP, ET AL. PLAINTIFF CIVIL ACTION NO. 3:08cv291-DPJ-JCS DEFENDANT
ORDER OF DISMISSAL THE PARTIES have agreed to and announced to the Court a settlement of this case. The court, being advised that all parties have an informed understanding of their rights and a full appreciation of the consequences of the settlement, and the Court being desirous that this matter be finally closed on its docket, IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that this case is hereby DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE as to all parties. If any party fails to comply with the terms of this settlement agreed to by all parties, any aggrieved party may reopen the case for enforcement of the settlement agreement. If successful, all additional attorneys' fees and costs from this date shall be awarded such aggrieved party or parties against the party failing to comply with the agreement. The Court specifically retains jurisdiction to enforce the settlement agreement. This settlement agreement constitutes a global release as to all claims and as to all parties with prejudice. SO ORDERED, this the 23rd day of December, 2008. /s/ James C. Sumner ___________________________________ UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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