WBI Energy Transmission, Inc. v. Easement and Right-of-Way Across: et al

Filing 75

ORDER STAYING PROCEEDINGS PENDING COURT APPROVAL OF SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT. Order granting 74 Motion to Stay. Signed by Judge Susan P. Watters on 3/30/2017. (EMH)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONT ANA BILLINGS DIVISION WBI ENERGY TRANSMISSION, INC., Cause No. CV 14-130-BLG-SPW Plaintiff, vs. Easement and Right-of-Way in Big Horn and Yellowstone Counties, Montana, consisting of approximately 12.55 acres, ORDER STAYING PROCEEDINGS PENDING COURT APPROVAL OF SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT ARVILLA PLAINBULL aka ARVILLA TOWNSEND, UNITED ST ATES OF AMERICA, and UNKNOWN OWNERS, Defendants. WBI Energy Transmission, Inc. has filed a Notice of Settlement and Motion to Stay Proceedings Pending Court Approval, (Doc. 7 4) wherein Plaintiff notifies the Court of the following: a) WBI and Mrs. Plainbull have agreed on settlement terms resolving all remaining issues in this case. 1 b) The parties are preparing the final written settlement agreement, and anticipate filing the settlement agreement with the Court for approval within 30 days. Accordingly, good cause appearing, and there being no objection, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED: 1. Proceedings in this matter are STAYED, and the Court's Order Setting Trial (Feb. 14, 2017) (Doc. 65) and all dates established in the order are hereby VACATED, such that responses to the parties' pending motions in limine and supporting briefs (Docs. 67, 68, 71, 72) shall not be required. 2. On or before May 1, 2017, the parties shall file their settlement agreement with the Court for approval, or status reports establishing good cause for any delay in filing the settlement agreement. DATED this dO~ay of March, 2017. ~r<J~ 'SlJSAN P. WATTERS United States District Judge 2

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