Bank of America v. Wayne et al
ORDER granting 34 Motion to Stay Discovery. This Court's Order for Discovery Plan entered January 26, 2017, and docketed as Document 32 shall be stayed, and the parties' time to conduct their Rule 26(f) meeting shall beextended until May 26, 2017. Signed by Chief Judge James C. Dever III on 2/13/2017. (Briggeman, N.)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
CASE NO.: 5:16-CV-170
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.,
'HEATHER ANN WAYNE; ANY SPOUSE
OF HEATHER ANN WAYNE; ROBERT
MASSENGILL CONSTRUCTION, INC.;
THE POINTE AT FLOWERS PLANTATION
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.;
NFG#2 FEDERAL CREDIT UNION;
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE
ORDER ALLOWING JOINT MOTION
TO STAY DISCOVERY
ORDER AND EXTEND TIME FOR
COMPLETION OF RULE 26(F)
THIS CAUSE COMING BEFORE THE COURT on the Parties' Joint Motion to Stay
Discovery Order and Extend Time for Completion of Rule 26(±) Conference; and
IT APPEARING TO THE COURT that the parties state that they are currently involved in
which may resolve all claims and defenses in this action, therefore, the
parties wish to avoid the expense of proceeding to discovery at this time, and wish to extend time
to complete the Rule 26(f) conference in this matter as discovery may not be necessary; and
IT FURTHER APPEARING TO THE COURT that good cause exists to allow the parties
request for a stay of this Court's Order for Discovery Plan entered January 26, 2017, and docketed
as Document 32, and extending the time for the parties to conduct their Rule 26(±) meeting until
May 26, 2017.
NOW THEREFORE IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that Plaintiff and Defendants' Joint
Motion to Stay Discovery Order and Extend Time for Completion of Rule 26(f) Conference is
allowed, this Court's Order for Discovery Plan entered January 26, 2017, and docketed as
Document 32 shall be stayed, and the parties' time to conduct their Rule 26(f) meeting shall be
extended until May 26, 2017.
SO ORDERED. This __j.J_ day ofFebruary 2017.
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