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Court Case Record U.S. BANKS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION vs. CHERYL LEBLANC & others 2018-J-0398 UID(a71f)


U.S. BANKS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION vs. CHERYL LEBLANC & others Court Case Record

Court Case Number: 2018-J-0398


 
Case Number2018-J-0398
Case TitleU.S. BANKS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION vs. CHERYL LEBLANC & others
Case TypeCivil
StateMassachusetts, MA
CountyCentral Housing
CourtCentral Housing Court
Court Address1 Pemberton Square, Boston , MA 02108
Phone617-557-1000, 617-725-8106, 617-226-1500
Field Date08/29/2018
Close Date09/05/2018
DOCKET ENTRIES
Entry Date Paper Entry Text
08/29/2018 #1 Petition pursuant to G.L. c. 231, § 118 with attachments, filed by Cheryl LeBlanc.
08/29/2018 #2 Affidavit of indigency (IMPOUNDED) filed for Cheryl LeBlanc.
08/29/2018 #3 Motion to Waive entry fee filed by Cheryl LeBlanc. The Motion to Waive entry fee is allowed conditionally, subject to review by the single justice. Action on this case is stayed pending entry of a final determination on the motion to waive the entry fee. Notice Sent.
08/31/2018 RE#3: 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.
09/05/2018 RE#1: Section 118 of chapter 231 authorizes a single justice of the Appeals Court to review an interlocutory order entered on the docket by a justice of one of the various trial court departments listed in the statute, including the Housing Court Department. G. L. c. 231, § 118 (first para.). The statute does not vest general oversight of the Housing Court in the single justice of this Court, nor does it grant jurisdiction to consider inaction by the Housing Court. Contrast G. L. c. 211, §3 (general superintendence power of the Supreme Judicial Court); contrast also G. L. c. 249, § 5 (civil action in the nature of mandamus may be brought in Supreme Judicial Court, Superior Court or, under certain circumstances, Land Court). Based upon my review of the Housing Court docket, it appears that the Housing Court judge has not entered any interlocutory orders during the thirty days immediately preceding the filing of the defendant's petition which would be susceptible to review pursuant to G. L. c. 231, § 118 (first para.). Therefore, the petition is DISMISSED for want of jurisdiction. (McDonough, J.). *Notice/Attest/Horan, J.