Form FDP-10 "Joint Motion to Stay Foreclosure Action Following Mediation" - Maine

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SUPERIOR COURT
DISTRICT COURT
,ss
Location:
Docket No.
Docket No.
,
Plaintiff
JOINT MOTION TO STAY
v.
FORECLOSURE ACTION
FOLLOWING MEDIATION
,
Defendant
The undersigned parties move the court to stay this action for ______days (up to 120 days)
for the following reason:
To pursue a workout/settlement agreement.
To allow time for performance of an agreement reached between the parties.
Other: __________________________________________
In support of this motion, the parties state that through the mediation process they have
established communication and wish to continue to work together to pursue possible
alternatives to foreclosure. The parties anticipate resolution of this matter without need for
additional mediation and seek a stay of the action to halt foreclosure proceedings while they
attempt to resolve the case.
Respectfully submitted,
_________________________
_____________________________
Defendant Signature
Plaintiff Signature (by counsel)
_________________
__________________
Date
Date
__________________________
Defendant Signature
__________________
Date
ORDER
Motion to Stay the action for _______ days is GRANTED.
Unless either party files a motion by___________________(14 days after the stay
ends),
requesting other action, the case will be DISMISSED without prejudice.
Motion to Stay is DENIED.
Pursuant to M.R. Civ. P. 79(a), the Clerk is directed to enter this Order on the Civil
Docket by a notation incorporating it by reference.
Date:
____________
Judge, Maine District Court / Justice, Maine Superior Court
FDP-10, Rev. 06/13
SUPERIOR COURT
DISTRICT COURT
,ss
Location:
Docket No.
Docket No.
,
Plaintiff
JOINT MOTION TO STAY
v.
FORECLOSURE ACTION
FOLLOWING MEDIATION
,
Defendant
The undersigned parties move the court to stay this action for ______days (up to 120 days)
for the following reason:
To pursue a workout/settlement agreement.
To allow time for performance of an agreement reached between the parties.
Other: __________________________________________
In support of this motion, the parties state that through the mediation process they have
established communication and wish to continue to work together to pursue possible
alternatives to foreclosure. The parties anticipate resolution of this matter without need for
additional mediation and seek a stay of the action to halt foreclosure proceedings while they
attempt to resolve the case.
Respectfully submitted,
_________________________
_____________________________
Defendant Signature
Plaintiff Signature (by counsel)
_________________
__________________
Date
Date
__________________________
Defendant Signature
__________________
Date
ORDER
Motion to Stay the action for _______ days is GRANTED.
Unless either party files a motion by___________________(14 days after the stay
ends),
requesting other action, the case will be DISMISSED without prejudice.
Motion to Stay is DENIED.
Pursuant to M.R. Civ. P. 79(a), the Clerk is directed to enter this Order on the Civil
Docket by a notation incorporating it by reference.
Date:
____________
Judge, Maine District Court / Justice, Maine Superior Court
FDP-10, Rev. 06/13