Stow et al v. McGrath et al

Filing 51

ORDER approving 45 Report and Recommendation denying 6 Motion for Removal from State Court; granting in part and denying in part 17 Motion to Attach the Within as Addendum, 21 Motion to Add the Within As an Addendum, an d 26 Motion to Add the Affidavit of Weston James Stow to the 3-28-17 Motion for Removal; denying 2 Motion to Stay; denying in part and taking under advisement 5 Motion for Preliminary Injunction; granting in part, denying in part and otherwise taking under advisement 7 Motion to Add The Within Facts and Causes of Action, 10 Motion to Add the Within as an Addendum, 11 Motion to Add the Within as an Addendum, 12 Motion to Add the Within as a Further Addendum, 13 Motion to Present F or the Court's Consideration a Possible Course of Action, 15 MOTION to Add As Addendum Status Update on State Court Proceedings in Stow v. McGrath et al. 217-2016-cv-540, 22 Motion to Add the Within As An Addendum, 24 Motion to Correct Omi ssion, 28 Motion to Amend 5 Motion for Preliminary Injunction, 29 Addendum - Part 1, 30 Addendum - Part 2, 31 Addendum - Part 3, 36 Motion to Add the Within As A Continuation of Claims. Rulings as outlined. The factual and legal assertions in each of the filings addressed in this Order are deemed to be subject to the court's preliminary review of the pleadings. So Ordered by Chief Judge Joseph N. Laplante.(jb)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE Weston P. Stow v. Civil No. 17-cv-88-JL Robert P. McGrath, et al. O R D E R After due consideration of the objection filed, I herewith approve the Report and Recommendation of Magistrate Judge Andrea K. Johnstone dated August 22, 2017. SO ORDERED. ____________________________ Joseph N. Laplante United States District Judge Date: September 13, 2017 cc: Weston J. Stow, pro se

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