UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
October 4, 2011
TRAVELERS CASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY OF AMERICA, A CONNECTICUT CORPORATION,
CAMERON S. EVANS, AN INDIVIDUAL; EUNICE U. EVANS, AN INDIVIDUAL;
AND EUNICE EVANS A CALIFORNIA TRUST; CAMERON S. EVANS, TRUSTEE FOR CAMERON AND EUNICE EVANS REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST (DOCUMENT 25) DATED FEBRUARY 26, 2004; EUNICE U. EVANS,TRUSTEE FOR CAMERON AND EUNICE EVANS REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST DATED FEBRUARY 26, 2004; KINGS DRYWALL, INC., D/B/A KINGS CONSTRUCTION GROUP, A NEVADA CORPORATION; WILLIAMSON ROOFING, INC., A NEVADA CORPORATION; AND JL CONSTRUCTION, A NEVADA CORPORATION. DEFENDANTS.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Gary S. Austin United States Magistrate Judge
ORDER REGARDING PLAINTIFF'S CAMERON MOTION FOR DEFAULT JUDGMENT REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST DATED FEBRUARY 26, 2004,
Plaintiff Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America ("Plaintiff" or "Travelers") filed this action on October 22, 2010, against Cameron S. Evans, an individual; Eunice U. Evans, an individual; the Cameron and Eunice Evans revocable trust dated February 24, 2006 ('the trust"); Eunice Evans and Cameron Evans as trustees for the trust; Kings Drywall, Inc. d/b/a Kings Construction Group ("KGC"); Williamson Roofing a Nevada Corporation; and JL Home Development Inc., d/b/a JL Construction, a Nevada Corporation ("the Defendants"). Plaintiff filed a Motion for Default Judgment on August 22, 2011. (Doc. 25). A hearing was held on September 29, 2011. The Defendants did not appear.
During the hearing, Plaintiff indicated that Defendants had not been served with the Motion. Moreover, several issues were discussed that needed to addressed prior to the Court issuing a default judgment in this case. The matter was continued until December 2, 2011 so that several of Court's concerns could be addressed.
Accordingly, five days prior to the next hearing, Plaintiff shall file a status report regarding the following
1) What attempts were made to locate Defendants and whether further attempts at serving the motion was successful;
2) Whether the Department of Labor adjudicated the outstanding claims. If so, Plaintiff shall provide updated figures regarding the total amount of money requested in the motion for default judgment. If the claims are still outstanding, Plaintiff shall provide an explanation of the mechanism available to Defendants to recover any monies/collateral collected in default that exceed the amount of claims actually paid;. and
3) A statement outlining the total amount of attorneys fees in the case.
Finally, prior to the next hearing, Plaintiff shall provide a proposed order for the Court's
IT IS SO ORDERED.
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