Pulliam et al v. Clark et al
ORDER dismissing with prejudice 56 Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim; dismissing with prejudice 57 Motion to Stay Proceedings and Compel Arbitration; granting 75 Consent Motion to Dismiss Certain Claims, Parties, and Motions. Signed by Honorable R Bryan Harwell on 1/30/2012.(hcic, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA
C/A No.: 4:11-CV-03047-RBH
Norman Pulliam and Patriot’s
Plantation II, LLC,
David R. Clark, T. Stewart Gibson,
The National Auction Group, Inc.,
Patriot’s Plantation, LLC and First
Century Bank, N.A., Christopher
Kane, Wayne Thorn and T. Stewart
Gibson as Trustee of the William S.
Clark Irrevocable Trust dated February )
This matter comes before this Court upon Consent Motion of the Defendants The
National Auction Group, Inc., Christopher Kane, and Wayne Thorn, and the Plaintiffs Norman
Pulliam and Patriot’s Plantation II, LLC (ECF Document #75).
NOW, THEREFORE, this Court adopts the terms of the above Consent Motion and
enters an Order as follows:
The Defendant Christopher Kane and the Defendant Wayne Thorn are hereby
dismissed from this lawsuit with prejudice.
The Plaintiffs’ First Cause of Action (Specific Performance and Breach of
Contract); Fourth Cause of Action (Breach of Contract Accompanied By Fraudulent Act); Fifth
Cause of Action (Fraud); Sixth Cause of Action (Preliminary and Permanent Injunction); and
Seventh Cause of Action (Unfair Trade Practices) against the Defendant The National Auction
Group, Inc., are all hereby dismissed with prejudice.
The Plaintiffs’ prayer for punitive damages against The National Auction Group,
Inc. is hereby stricken and dismissed with prejudice.
The Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim [ECF Document #56] filed by
the Defendant The National Auction Group, Inc., has been withdrawn and is hereby dismissed
The Motion to Stay Proceedings and Compel Arbitration [ECF Document #57]
filed by the Defendant The National Auction Group, Inc., has been withdrawn and is hereby
dismissed with prejudice.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Florence, South Carolina
January 30, 2012
s/ R. Bryan Harwell
R. Bryan Harwell
United States District Court Judge
District of South Carolina
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