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Court Case Record NATIONAL LUMBER COMPANY vs. GERARD E. WELCH, INC. & others 2013-P-1929 UID(3e63)


NATIONAL LUMBER COMPANY vs. GERARD E. WELCH, INC. & others Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2013-P-1929


 
Case Number2013-P-1929
Case TitleNATIONAL LUMBER COMPANY vs. GERARD E. WELCH, INC. & others
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyBristol
CourtBristol Superior Court
Court Address
Phone
Field Date04/16/2008
Close Date12/29/2014

Parties

CounselNameType
Mark E. Barnett, Esquire Louis J. Caccavaro, Jr., EsquireNational Lumber CompanyPlaintiff/Appellant
Gerard E. Welch, Inc.Pro Se Defendant/Appellee
Gerard E. WelchPro Se Defendant/Appellee
Jacques MarchandPro Se Defendant/Appellee
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
12/05/2013 #1 Entered.
12/05/2013 #2 Notice of entry sent.
12/10/2013 #3 Docketing Statement received from National Lumber Company^
12/17/2013 #4 Copy of amended appeal cover sheet, indicating that defendants are pro se, received from Bristol Superior Court.
01/13/2014 #5 SERVICE of 7 briefs, 7 appendices (1 vol) and 7 transcript (1 vol) for Plaintiff/Appellant National Lumber Company.
07/09/2014 #6 Notice sent seeking information on unavailability for oral argument in September 2014
07/16/2014 #7 Letter of Mark E. Barnett, Esquire unavailable for oral argument 9/3-9/7.
07/23/2014 #8 Letter of Gerard E. Welch, Inc., Pro Se Defendant/Appellee, Pro Se unavailable for oral argument 9/3-9/16.
08/08/2014 #9 Notice sent seeking information on unavailability for oral argument in October 2014
08/28/2014 Notice of 10/02/2014, 9:30 AM argument at John Adams Courthouse, Courtroom 3 (a3) sent.
10/01/2014 Affidavit, filed by Gerard E. Welch^
10/02/2014 RE#8: Referred to the panel designated to decide this appeal. Taken under advisement. *Notice
10/03/2014 Memo: Paper #8 (affidavit of Gerard E. Welch) forwarded to the panel this date.
10/02/2014 Oral argument held. (Green, J., Rubin, J., Agnes, J.).
11/26/2014 Decision: Rule 1:28 Part B of the judgment, in favor of Welch on count III (personal guaranty), is vacated, and the case is remanded to the Superior Court for entry of judgment in favor of the plaintiff on that count. Part C of the judgment, in favor of Marchand on count IV (personal guaranty) is affirmed (Green, Rubin & Agnes, JJ.). *Notice.
12/29/2014 RESCRIPT to Trial Court.