as the one case the constructive trust was dissolved, all pending motions denied as moot.. other case waws dismissed without prejudice, all pending motions denied as moot. both were settled by aqgreedment of the parties, Federal Rule 41-2. within one
year plaintiff, after losing at 11th Circuit Court tried to have case's reinstated, however
the judge denied his motion. Now Ala. statue of limitiations is two years. effective April
10,2008 the statue of limitiations expired, and during this time plaintiff made no further
attempt. On October 19,2008 the statue limitations expired on Opinion of Appeals court
which Vacated constructive trust judgment, plaintiff has made no attempt to comply
with Court's opinion/ mandate. now two 2 case's have not filed any bankruptcy. The
trustee from a serperate corp bankruptcy is trying to seize assets from others.
received dismissal from u.s.district court via agreement by the parties to settle
constructive trust judgment complying with federal rule 41-2 dismissed without
prejudice, all pending motions denied as moot. u.s.circuit court on appeal vacated the
judgment.after circuit court opinion, plaintiff violated the settlement agreement as filed
motion to reinstate case. trial judge denied motion to reinstate. effective April 10,2008
the statue of limitations expired with the plaintiff not attempting to file any further motions. this company was LLC. a seperate corporation filed chapter 7 bankruptcy.
the members of LLC had no shares in corporation. the Trustee employed his law firm
and selling money is trying to involve LLC members and to secize LLC members assets. now Trustee has conducted no due diligence, nor reviewed court records.
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