United States District Court, S.D. California
November 14, 2005.
COMERCIAL AMERICA INSURANCE COMPANY, a Texas corporation, Plaintiff,
MARIA SOLIS aka ADRIANA SOLIS, an individual; and TRUCK CLUB, INC., a California corporation, Defendants.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: NITA STORMES, Magistrate Judge
Plaintiff COMERCIAL AMERICA INSURANCE COMPANY, a Texas
corporation ("CAIC"), Defendants MARIA SOLIS aka ADRIANA SOLIS
("Solis"), and A&S REGISTRATION TRUCK CLUB INTERNATIONAL, INC.,
served as TRUCK CLUB, INC. ("Truck Club"), have concurrently filed a
stipulation concerning the settlement of this case (the
"Stipulation"). The Stipulation provides, among other things, for
the entry of a permanent injunction.
IT IS ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:
1. That Permanent Injunction is hereby issued which restrains
and enjoins Solis, Truck Club, and any of the agents, employees,
representatives of either Solis or Truck Club from conducting any
business of any kind whatsoever, whether directly or indirectly,
with CAIC, and, from approaching CAIC or any of CAIC's agents or
representatives either directly or through third persons for the
purpose of obtaining any form of insurance coverage or insurance
policy from CAIC.
2. That, absent enforcement for violation of the Permanent
Injunction each party shall bear its or her own fees and costs in
connection with this matter.
3. That this Permanent Injunction is entered in accord with the
parties' stipulation which provides that none of the parties
admits liability for any of the acts or events which form the
basis of the complaint filed herein and that each party denies
owing any liability of any kind whatsoever to any other party for
any of the acts or events which form the basis of the complaint
4. This matter is dismissed with prejudice except that the
court retains jurisdiction to enforce the terms of the
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