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Errotabere; An Individual; Jean Errotabere, An Individual v. Errotabere Ranches

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA FRESNO DIVISION


July 8, 2011

ERROTABERE; AN INDIVIDUAL; JEAN ERROTABERE, AN INDIVIDUAL JAMES M. OLVEY,
PLAINTIFF,
v.
ERROTABERE RANCHES, A CALIFORNIA PARTNERSHIP; DANIEL D. ERROTABERE; AN INDIVIDUAL; JEAN ERROTABERE, AN INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: The Honorable Oliver W. Wagner

ORDER DISMISSING ENTIRE ACTION WITH PREJUDICE

On November 8, 2010, at 11:45 a.m. in Courtroom 3 of the above-entitled court, The Honorable Oliver W. Wanger presiding, a status conference regarding completion of settlement terms was held. Scott J. Ivy appeared on behalf of Defendants. Ted Frame appeared telephonically and on behalf of non-party Linda Vista Farms. Plaintiff James M. Olvey personally appeared pro se.

At the conclusion of the hearing, the Court made the following Orders (Doc No. 214):

1. The Court finds that all settlement conditions set forth in the parties Settlement Agreement have been satisfied, other than a dispute over Section 2E relating solely to the width of the road constructed;

2. Upon filing with the Court of proof of payment by the Errotaberes of the sums called for in Section 21 of the parties' Settlement Agreement, all remaining pending claims identified in the complaint filed by Mr. Olvey shall be dismissed with prejudice. Nothing herein shall affect the validity and enforceability of the Settlement Agreement and Release between James M. Olvey and Errotabere Ranches, a California Partnership, Daniel D. Errotabere, Jean Errotabere dated February 5, 2009 (the "Settlement Agreement") or any orders previously entered relating to such Settlement Agreement.

3. The dismissal of the underlying lawsuit shall not affect or prejudice Mr. Olvey's right to assert any claim he may have for a breach of the Settlement Agreement, including, but not limited to, the alleged breach of Section 2E of the Settlement Agreement with respect to the width of the road. The Court specifically retains jurisdiction of this matter in aid of the enforcement of its prior orders relating to the settlement of this dispute for the purpose of addressing any claim by Mr. Olvey alleging a breach of the Settlement Agreement. Any such claim shall be filed by Mr. Olvey under the above referenced case number directly to Department 3 of the above referenced Court.

On March 14, 2010, at 10:00 a.m. in Courtroom 3 of the above-entitled court, The Honorable Oliver W. Wanger presiding, the motion of Plaintiff JAMES OLVEY ("Plaintiff") to enforce settlement agreement, was heard. Attorney Scott J. Ivy appeared on behalf of Defendants. Other appearances are as set forth in the record.

After taking the matter under submission, and upon consideration of the written and oral argument and the evidence presented, including all reasonable inferences therefrom, and good cause appearing therefor, as set forth in this Court's Memorandum of Decision dated March 16, 2011 (Doc. No. 220) the Court DENIED the Motion (Doc. No. 223).

Given the Court's acknowledgment of the proof of payment by the Errotaberes of the sums called for in Section 21 of the parties' Settlement Agreement in open Court (See Doc. 220 p. 5, lines 15-18), all remaining pending claims identified in the complaint filed by Mr. Olvey are HEREBY DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE.

IT IS SO ORDERED:

20110708

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