SUPER 8 WORLDWIDE, INC. v. NALINI INVESTMENTS, INC. et al
ORDER granting 11 Motion for Default Judgment in favor of SUPER 8 WORLDWIDE, INC. against PRADIP BHAKTA in the amount of $194,654.62***CIVIL CASE TERMINATED. Signed by Judge Claire C. Cecchi on 6/30/2015. (ld, )
LeCla i rRya n
A Professional Corporation
One Riverfront Plaza
1037 Raymond Boulevard
Newark, New Jersey 07102
Attorneys for Plaintiff Super 8 Worldwide, Inc., formerly known as Super 8 Motels, inc.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY
SUPER 8 WORLDWIDE, INC., formerly
known as SUPEP $ MOTELS, INC., a South
Civil Action No. 14-cv-7713(CCC)(MF)
FINAL JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT
AS TO PRADIP BHAKTA ONLY
NALINI INVESTMENTS, INC., a Texas
Corporation; PRADIP BHAKTA, an
individual; SAM N. DESAI, an individual;
HIRABHAI GOPAUL, an individual;
KISHOR RANCHHOD, an individual; and
MUKESH MAGAN, an individual,
This matter having been opened to the Court by plaintiff, Super 8 Worldwide, Inc., formerly
known as Super 8 Motels, Inc. (“SWI”), by its attorneys, LeClairRyan, seeking the entry of Final
Judgment by Default against defendant, Pradip Bhakta
pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 55(b)(2);
and it appearing that the Complaint in this matter was filed on December 11, 2014, seeking damages
as a result of the breach of a Franchise Agreement between SWI and Nalini Investments, Inc.; and
service of the Summons and Complaint having been effectuated by personal service on Pradip
Bhakta on January 27, 2015 in San Antonio, Texas; and it appearing that default was duly noted by
the Clerk of the Court against Pradip Bhakta on April 20, 2015 for his failure to plead or otherwise
defend in this action; and the Court having reviewed the papers; and good cause having been
ORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED that SWI have judgment against Pradip
Bhakta, in the total amount of$ 194,654.62, comprised of the following:
a) $188,434.74 recurring fees; and
b) $6,219.88 for attorneys’ fees and costs.
HON. CLAIRE C. CECCHI, U.S.D.J.
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