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Where the Wolf Goes, Destruction Follows

Wolf also argues that the suit must be remanded because the state court has prior exclusive jurisdiction over the property. Like the district court, we find this doctrine inapplicable.

JOLLY, E. GRADY

ELROD, JENNIFER W.

WILLETT, DON R.

This opinion is rendered as per usual for the Bank, but without sanctions or warnings despite four prior law suits:

“Allan Wolf appeals the denial of his motion to remand. We find that any defendants whose presence destroys complete diversity were improperly joined. Thus, a federal court may exercise diversity jurisdiction over the suit. We AFFIRM.

Panel consisted of: JOLLY, ELROD, and WILLETT

Wolf v Deutsche Bank

The Fifth Circuit Abandon their Judicial Responsibilities to Answer the Homeowners Allegations and We Know Why

The appointment of substitute trustees is a matter between the loan servicer and L. Keller Mackie that has no effect on King’s rights.

No Attorney Fees Filed by Deutsche Bank Despite Approval by Magistrate Judge Farrer

Magistrate Judge Farrer Questions Mackie Wolf’s Complaint and Rejects their Over-arching Default Judgment Demands on Behalf of Deutsche Bank.

It’s 2020, W.D. Texas Federal Court and a Cronenwett Unchallenged Foreclosure. Y’all Know What’s Next.

Magistrate Judge Chestney’s M&R recommends Attorney Fees (unchallenged) and District Judge Erza Rubber Stamps the Fee Award to Mackie Wolf.

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