IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
April 28, 2010
CARL L. JIMENA, PLAINTIFF,
UBS AG BANK, ET AL., DEFENDANTS.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Oliver W. Wanger United States District Judge
ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF'S "REQUEST TO CLERK TO SUBMIT COURT DEMAND FOR PRODUCTION OF DOCUMENTS"
On April 9, 2010, Plaintiff, proceeding in pro per, filed a paper captioned "Request to Clerk to submit to Court Demand for Production of Documents." (Doc. 196). Plaintiff asserts therein:
In the conclusion of plaintiff's Opposition to Defendants Motion for Summary Judgment for Judgment in Their Favor, With Attached Plaintiff's Response to Defendants Statementof Undisputedf Facts, please find the portion quoted below:
'(2) Plaintiff be allowed to serve on defendant UBS AG (and UBS FS if the Court would permit) his discovery papers, demanding particularly production of Exhibit 15 and 16, which will be lodged with the Court pursuant to Local Rule 34-250 and Rule 34 of FRCP, should this request be granted. As an alternative to the request to serve formally demand for production, plaintiff request that Exhibit 73 already containing demand to furnish plaintiff with Exhibit 15 and 17 be treated as a demand for production by a pro se litigant and defendants be ordered to comply with plaintiff's demand for Exhibit 15 and 16 in Exhibit 73, by filing a copy of Exhibit 15 and 16 directly in Court, copy furnished the plaintiff.
Attached to this request is a copy of Exhibit 73 (containing a demand for a copy of Exhibit 15 and 16) and a copy of the formal Demand for Production unsigned with blanks to be filled in, which plaintiff will fill in and serve to the Defendants after the Court issues an order of approval, should the Court still require a formal demand. [SIC]
Plaintiff's request is DENIED. If Plaintiff wishes to serve a request for production of documents pursuant to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governing discovery, Plaintiff is responsible for doing so. The Court is not a repository for documents produced by the parties in discovery.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
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