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Court Case Record THE FLORIDA BAR vs CHRISTOPHER M. CHESTNUT SC16-797 UID(50de)


THE FLORIDA BAR vs CHRISTOPHER M. CHESTNUT Court Case Record

Court Case Number: SC16-797


 
Case NumberSC16-797
Case TitleTHE FLORIDA BAR vs CHRISTOPHER M. CHESTNUT
Case TypeLower Tribunal Case
StateFlorida, FL
CountyAll Counties
CourtFlorida Supreme Court
Court Address500 S Duval St, Tallahassee, FL 32399
Phone(850) 488-0125
Field Date08/25/2016
Close Date
Documents
Doc. Date Docketed Description Filed By Notes
05/06/2016 COMPLAINT CO The Florida Bar FB BY: CO Carlos Alberto Leon 98027
05/06/2016 No Fee Required
05/06/2016 POSSIBLE VENUE Adria E. Quintela 897000 BY: Adria E. Quintela 897000
05/12/2016 ACKNOWLEDGMENT LETTER-NEW CASE Supreme Court Florida FSC BY: Supreme Court Florida FSC
05/12/2016 ORDER-REFEREE APPOINTMENT (DISCIPLINARY) HON. DON. BRIGGS, C.J., 5TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
05/23/2016 REFEREE APPOINTED DATED 5/17/2016, HON. CURTIS J. NEAL, 5TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
05/27/2016 MOTION-DISMISS PE Christopher M. Chestnut 22409 BY: PE Christopher M. Chestnut 22409 RESPONDENT'S MOTION TO DISMISS COMPLAINT (05/27/2016: SENT TO REFEREE)
06/14/2016 RESPONSE PE Christopher M. Chestnut 22409 BY: PE Christopher M. Chestnut 22409 FILED AS "RESPONDENT'S RESPONSE IN OPPOSITION TO MOTION FOR DEFAULT JUDGMENT" (06/15/2016: SENT TO REFEREE)
08/11/2016 MOTION-EXT OF TIME (REFEREE'S REPORT) CO The Florida Bar FB BY: CO Carlos Alberto Leon 98027 FILED AS "JOINT MOTION FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE REPORT OF REFEREE"
08/15/2016 ORDER-EXT OF TIME GR (REFEREE'S REPORT) The Florida Bar's "Joint Motion for Extension of Time to File Report of Referee" is granted and the referee is allowed to and including February 13, 2017, in which to file the required referee's report. ALL OTHER TIMES ARE EXTENDED ACCORDINGLY.
08/25/2016 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE PE Christopher M. Chestnut 22409 BY: PE Christopher M. Chestnut 22409 FILED AS "RULE 5.2 CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE OF DISCOVERY" (08/29/2016: SENT TO REFEREE)
08/29/2016 ORDER-FILE WITH REFEREE Respondent is advised that, pursuant to rule 3-7.6(h)(5)(B), Rules Regulating the Florida Bar, all future pleadings, motions, and notices must be filed with the appointed referee and not with the Florida Supreme Court.

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