Fifth Circuit

Don’t Fire Blanks in a Fight, you’ll be Killed




When you go to appeal, don’t fire blanks or you’ll be killed by the Panel. This opinion is rendered as per usual for the Bank, but without sanctions or warnings:

“After reviewing the record and arguments on appeal, we conclude that Blank failed to state a claim to quiet title. His complaint makes no reference to a quiet title claim at all. Moreover, based on his allegations, there is no prospect that he could state a claim to quiet title under these circumstances. Blank did not seek a determination of the validity of his title but only of the weakness or unenforceability of Deutsche’s lien. Therefore, the district court did not abuse its discretion by declining Blank’s invitation to allow leave to amend his complaint. We AFFIRM.

Panel consisted of: DAVIS, HAYNES, and GRAVES

Blank v Deutsche Bank

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