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Court Case Record Wilson v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC et al. D070965 UID(1509)


Wilson v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC et al. Court Case Record

Court Case Number: D070965


 
Case NumberD070965
Case TitleWilson v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC et al.
Case TypeCV
StateCalifornia, CA
CountyAll Counties
CourtAppellate Court
Court Address4th Appellate District Division 1
Phone
Field Date
Close Date1/20/2017
Documentpdf

Parties

CounselNameType
Pro PerGwendolyn WilsonPlaintiff and Appellant
Howard D. Hall
Green & Hall
1851 E First St 10th Floor
Santa Ana, CA 92705-4052

Nationstar Mortgage, LLCDefendant and Respondent
Howard D. Hall
Green & Hall
1851 E First St 10th Floor
Santa Ana, CA 92705-4052

Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc.Defendant and Respondent
Docket (Register of Actions)
Date Description Notes
03/06/2015 Notice of appeal lodged/received. Aplt Gwendolyn Wilson
03/25/2015 Default notice sent; no case information statement filed, or statement incomplete.
04/03/2015 Filed declaration. Superior Court's notice of failure to comply with notice of default, issued on aplt on 3/17/15 re timely file designation of record on appeal.
04/07/2015 Appeal dismissed per rule 8.140(b). Pursuant to California Rules of Court, rule 8.140(b)(1), the appeal filed March 5, 2015, is DISMISSED for appellant's failure to designate the record on appeal in a timely manner. Appellant is advised that this dismissal will become final as to this court 30 days after the date of this order, at which time this court will lose the power to vacate, reconsider or modify it. (See Cal. Rules of Court, rule 8.264(b)(1).) A motion to vacate dismissal requires a showing of good cause. To allow the court sufficient time to review and evaluate the showing of good cause, a motion to vacate dismissal should be filed well before the 30-day jurisdictional deadline.
05/05/2015 Motion filed. by aplt to vacate mtn and reinstate appeal.
05/05/2015 To court. aplt mtn to vacate.
05/06/2015 Order of dismissal vacated. Appellant's motion to vacate the dismissal, reinstate the appeal, and be relieved from default is GRANTED. The order of dismissal is VACATED and the appeal is REINSTATED. Orange County Superior Court, Appellate Division is directed to accept the designation of the record on appeal, provided the designation is presented within 10 days of the date of this order. If appellant fails to comply, and the Superior Court notifies this court of the non-compliance, the appeal may be dismissed. Appellant's Civil Case Information Statement is also due 10 days from the date of this order.
05/19/2015 Default notice sent; no case information statement filed, or statement incomplete.
05/19/2015 Filed declaration. Notice of failure to comply with this court's order: failed to file designation of the record on appeal
05/20/2015 To presiding justice for signature. dismissal order
05/20/2015 Appeal dismissed per rule 8.140(b). Pursuant to California Rules of Court, rule 8.140(b)(1), the appeal filed March 5, 2015, is DISMISSED for appellant's failure to designate the record on appeal in a timely manner. Appellant is advised that this dismissal will become final as to this court 30 days after the date of this order, at which time this court will lose the power to vacate, reconsider or modify it. (See Cal. Rules of Court, rule 8.264(b)(1).) A motion to vacate dismissal requires a showing of good cause. To allow the court sufficient time to review and evaluate the showing of good cause, a motion to vacate dismissal should be filed well before the 30-day jurisdictional deadline.
05/21/2015 Returned document for non-conformance. aplt's CCIS , case dismissed on 5/20/15.
05/29/2015 Motion for relief from default filed. aplt's mtn to vacate dismissal to be relieved from default from designation and ccis
05/29/2015 To court. aplt's mtn to vacate dismissal to be relieved from default from designation and ccis
06/01/2015 Order of dismissal vacated. Appellant's motion to vacate the dismissal, reinstate the appeal, and be relieved from default is GRANTED. The order of dismissal is VACATED and the appeal is REINSTATED. Orange County Superior Court, Appellate Division is directed to accept the designation of the record on appeal, provided the designation is presented within 10 days of the date of this order. If appellant fails to comply, and the Superior Court notifies this court of the non-compliance, the appeal may be dismissed. Appellant's completed civil case information statement is also due within 10 days from the date of this order.
06/09/2015 Civil case information statement filed. DUE BY APLT
06/09/2015 To court. CCIS & Misc File
06/17/2015 Order filed. This court is considering dismissing the appeal because it appears the notice of appeal was untimely. Appellant may file an informal letter brief within 15 days of the date of this order explaining why the appeal is timely. Appellant's explanation should include file-stamped copies of the notice of entry of judgment, the motion to vacate the judgment, and the order denying the motion.
06/24/2015 Received document entitled: Superior Court's notice of inability to provide reporter's transcripts for hearing dates 2/06/15 & 9/05/14
07/02/2015 Letter brief filed. ( INFORMAL ) DUE BY APLT
07/07/2015 Returned document for non-conformance. respondent try to reply to aplt.'s letter brief. No pos to aplt.'s counsel and also need to ask for permission to reply. The order of 6/17/15 asked only aplt .to file a lbf.
07/07/2015 Application filed. respondent Nationstar's application to file a letter brief (Brief submitted w/application)
Disposition
Description: Affirmed in part and reversed in part
Date: 01/20/2017
Status: Final The trial court's February 2015 order is affirmed to the extent it awarded attorney fees to Nationstar and denied Wilson's motion to vacate the portion of the court's September 2014 order awarding discovery sanctions to Nationstar. In all other respects, the February 2015 order and amended judgment are reversed. The parties are to bear their own costs on appeal.
Publication Status: Signed Unpublished
Author: Irion, Joan K.
Participants: Benke, Patricia D. (Concur) O'Rourke, Terry B. (Concur)
Case Citation: none

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