Bamonte et al v. Charatan

Filing 49

ORDER: For the reasons stated on the record at the May 10, 2022, hearing, Plaintiffs' Motion for a Preliminary Injunction and for an Order of Attachment, (Dkt. No. 22), is DENIED. Furthermore, the Temporary Restraining Order previously iss ued by the Court, (id.), is VACATED. Defendant's Motion to Dismiss is due by no later than June 9, 2022. Plaintiffs' Response is due no later than July 11, 2022. Defendant's Reply is due by no later than July 27, 2022. The Parties a re reminded to adhere to the Court's individual rules regarding page lengths in respective memoranda. SO ORDERED. ( Motions due by 6/9/2022., Responses due by 7/11/2022, Replies due by 7/27/2022.) (Signed by Judge Kenneth M. Karas on 5/10/2022) (tg)

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Case 7:22-cv-00795-KMK Document 49 Filed 05/10/22 Page 1 of 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK CAROL BAMONTE, as Administrator of the Estate of KATHLEEN DURST; and JAMES MCCORMACK, VIRGINIA MCKEON, and MARY HUGHES, as Co-Administrators of the Estate of ANNE C. MCCORMACK, a Distributee of the Estate of KATHLEEN DURST, No. 22-CV-795 (KMK) Plaintiffs, ORDER v. DEBRAH LEE CHARATAN, as the Nominated Executor of the Estate of ROBERT DURST, Defendant. KENNETH M. KARAS, United States District Judge: For the reasons stated on the record at the May 10, 2022, hearing, Plaintiffs’ Motion for a Preliminary Injunction and for an Order of Attachment, (Dkt. No. 22), is DENIED. Furthermore, the Temporary Restraining Order previously issued by the Court, (id.), is VACATED. Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss is due by no later than June 9, 2022. Plaintiffs’ Response is due no later than July 11, 2022. Defendant’s Reply is due by no later than July 27, 2022. The Parties are reminded to adhere to the Court’s individual rules regarding page lengths in respective memoranda. SO ORDERED. DATED: May 10, 2022 White Plains, New York ____________________________________ KENNETH M. KARAS United States District Judge

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