LAWRENCE READY-MIXED CONCRETE CO. vs. HERITAGE MODULAR, INC. 2016-P-0530 Court Case Public Record

  • Details

    Case TitleLAWRENCE READY-MIXED CONCRETE CO. vs. HERITAGE MODULAR, INC.
    Case Number2016-P-0530
    Case TypeCivil
    StateMassachusetts, MA
    CountyWareham District, PL
    CourtWareham District, PL
    Court Address
    Phone
    Field Date02/04/2013
    Close Date04/15/2016
  • Parties

    CounselNameType
    Lawrence Ready-Mixed Concrete Co
    Plaintiff/Appellee
    Scott S. Sinrich, Esquire
    Heritage Modular, Inc.
    Defendant/Appellant
  • DOCKET ENTRIES
    Entry Date Paper Entry Text
    04/15/2016 #1 Lower Court Assembly of the Record Package
    04/15/2016 Notice of entry sent.
    04/15/2016 #2 Affidavit of timely filing received from Heritage Modular, Inc..
    04/15/2016 ORDER: The case is entered this date following review of the appellant's counsel's affidavit regarding receipt of the notice of the assembly of record. *Notice.
    04/27/2016 #3 Docketing Statement received from Heritage Modular, Inc..^
    05/05/2016 ORDER: The defendant filed a notice of appeal purporting to appeal from the order denying its motion for summary judgment, the issuance of a judgment for the plaintiff, and the denial of a motion to the Appellate Division of the District Court to compel a report all arising in the small claims session of the District Court. It does not appear that the Appeals Court has jurisdiction to hear the defendant's appeal. See generally Trust Ins. Co. v. Bruce at Park Chiropractic Clinic, 430 Mass. 607 (2000). The defendant is ordered to move for voluntary dismissal of the above-captioned appeal pursuant to M.R.A.P. 29 (b), or to show cause, in writing, why jurisdiction over this appeal is proper on or before May 19, 2016. *Notice/Attest
    05/16/2016 #4 Response to order to show cause, filed by Heritage Modular, Inc.
    05/24/2016 ORDER: As the defendant's response to the show cause order issued by the Court on 5/5/16, the time for filing the defendant's brief is enlarged to 6/24/16. Notice sent.
    05/26/2016 RE#4: As the defendant raises an argument that may support jurisdiction for this Court, this appeal shall proceed to briefing; however, the parties shall address this Court's jurisdiction in their respective briefs. (Hanlon, J.). *Notice.