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Court Case Record NASIR ALAM BHATTI vs. AYESHA AFZALUDDIN 2014-J-0407 UID(830c)


NASIR ALAM BHATTI vs. AYESHA AFZALUDDIN Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2014-J-0407


 
Case Number2014-J-0407
Case TitleNASIR ALAM BHATTI vs. AYESHA AFZALUDDIN
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyNorfolk Probate & Family
CourtNorfolk Probate & Family
Court Address
Phone
Field Date10/08/2014
Close Date11/17/2014

Parties

CounselNameType
Gary F. Romagna, EsquireNasir Alam BhattiPlaintiff/Respondent
Ayesha AfzaluddinPro Se Defendant/Petitioner
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
10/08/2014 #1 ***Financial Statements IMPOUNDED***
10/08/2014 #2 Motion to waive entry fee, filed by Ayesha Afzaluddin.
10/08/2014 #3 Motion for stay under M.R.A.P. 6(a) with attachments, filed by Ayesha Afzaluddin. ^
10/08/2014 #4 RE#1: ALLOWED FORTHWITH. The petitioner's Affidavit of Indigency appears regular and complete on its face, and indicates that the petitioner is indigent. The court hereby allows the Motion to Waive entry fee. Notice Sent.
10/08/2014 RE#2: Denied. (Fecteau, J.). *Notice/Attest/Casey, J.
11/03/2014 Memo: Notice of docket entry RE#1 sent to Gary F. Romagna, returned as "Attempted-not known, unable to forward." Re-sent to address provided with the Mass BBO.
11/10/2014 Notice of appeal (IMPOUNDED Affidavits of Indigency attached), filed by Ayesha Afzaluddin^
11/10/2014 Motion to file late notice of appeal, filed by Ayesha Afzaluddin^
11/17/2014 RE#4: The motion to file late notice of appeal is denied. Although the within petition was docketed as a motion to stay judgment pursuant to MRAP 6(a), the relief sought was to stay the trial from proceeding. Petition now seeks leave to file a late notice of appeal from the order denying the motion. Since that order was interlocutory in nature, it is not appealable as of right. See McMenimen v. Passatempo, 452 Mass. 178, 189-90 (2008). Although not requested, I decline leave to take an interlocutory appeal from that order. (Meade, J.). *Notice/Attest/Casey, J>