Bakken Resources v. Proland Services et al
ORDER granting 32 Motion for Default Judgment and directly clerk to enter default of Proland Services; and to enter default judgment against defendants Cunningham and Proland, jointly and severally for the sum certain of $176,476.24. Signed by Judge Sam E Haddon on 1/30/2017. (DED)
JAN 3 0 2017
Clerk, U.S. District Court
District Of Montana
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF MONTANA
BAKKEN RESOURCES, INC.,
PROLAND SERVICES, LLC and
Plaintiffs First Amended Complaint 1 was filed on March 25, 2016, in
response to the Court's Order of February 26, 2016. 2
Service of process of the First Amended Complaint was made on Defendant
Mary Cunningham ("Cunningham") on April 20, 2016. 3
Service of process of the First Amended Complaint by substitute service, in
accordance with Colorado Revised Statutes§ 7-90-704(2), was made on
Defendant Proland Services, LLC ("Proland") on August 31, 2016. 4
Default of Defendant Cunningham was entered on July 28, 2016, 5 and was
upheld by Order of August 23, 2016. 6
Now pending before the Court are Plaintiffs Motion and Request for Entry
of Default Against Defendant Proland Services, LLC and for Entry of Default
Judgment Against each Defendant7 and supporting brief. 8 No response to the
motion was filed by either Cunningham or Proland. The motion is well-taken
under L.R. 7.l(d)(l)(B)(ii).
The clerk is directed to enter the default of Defendant Pro land for
failure to appear or defend as required by law.
See Doc. 29; see also Doc. 29-1.
The clerk is directed to enter default judgment against Defendants
Cunningham and Proland, jointly and severally, for the sum certain of $176,475.24
as requested in Plaintiffs brief and the affidavit of Kimberly A. Beatty. 10
United States District Judge
Doc. 33 at 7.
Doc. 33-1 at 4.
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