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Summary: 414 F. Supp. Plaintiff has brought this action for declaratory relief asking this Court to declare the power of sale clause contained in a mortgage, given by plaintiff, mortgagor, to defendant, mortgagee, and the sale conducted pursuant thereto to be invalid and void, or in the alternative, to enter a declaratory judgment adjudging and declaring that the mortgaged property which was sold is subject to rights of redemption in favor of plaintiff. Northrip v. Federal National Mortgage Association, more.

Summary: 462 F. Supp. OPINION IRVING HILL, District Judge: In this case we consider the effect of a very long delay in the preparation of a reporter's transcript of the trial, upon an appeal of a criminal conviction in the Superior Court of Guam. By order dated March 22, 1976, the Superior Court of Guam granted Olsen leave to appeal in forma pauperis and ordered that a transcript be provided to him at public expense. [1] On March 31, 1978, more than two years after the order for the production of the more.

Summary: 414 F. Supp. On May 22, 1976, the Governor of Guam issued Executive Order No. 76-12, which reads in part as follows: *638 ". . . Now, Therefore, I, Ricardo J. Bordallo, Governor of Guam, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Organic Act of Guam, as amended, and the aforestated sections of the Government Code of Guam and related laws of the Territory of Guam, do hereby declare and order that: 1. The Governor claims the authority to promulgate Executive Order Nos. 76-12 and 76-14 under more.

Summary: 735 F. Supp. Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon, Charles F. Preuss, Barbara L. Major, San Francisco, Cal., Klemm, Blair, Sterling & Johnson, J. Bradley Klemm, Agana, Guam, for Monsanto Co. Congoleum v. DLW Aktiengesellschaft, 729 F.2d 1240, 1241-42 (9th Cir.1984), citing Perkins v. Benguet, 342 U.S. 437, 446-47, 72 S. Ct. 413, 418-19, 96 L. Ed. Assoc., 557 F.2d 1280, 1287 (9th Cir.1977). Congoleum, 729 F.2d at 1243, quoting Perkins v. Benguet, 342 U.S. at 445, 72 S. Ct. at 418. See Congoleum, 729 F.2d more.

Summary: 383 F. Supp. The Guam Power Authority commenced this action on Friday, October 12, 1973, asking this Court to declare Sections 3 and 4 of Public Law 12-42 illegal and void. Public Law 12-42 amended Sections 21003, 21503(4) and 21553 of the Government Code of Guam for the purpose of reducing charges for utility services furnished to nonprofit educational facilities, churches, and publicly owned hospitals. Defendants, Bishop of Guam, a corporation sole, and the Church of Christ of the Latter Day more.

Summary: 533 F. Supp. Forman created further doubt about the "solely" component of the test in its treatment of SEC v. Glenn Turner Enterprises, 474 F.2d 476 (9th Cir. Mullis v. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, 492 F. Supp. Great Western Bank & Trust v. Kotz, 532 F.2d 1252, 1254 (9th Cir. 1976); see Amfac Mortgage Corp. v. Arizona Mall of Tempe, 583 F.2d 426, 430 n. 5 (9th Cir. Milwaukee Typo., Etc. v. Newspapers, Inc., 639 F.2d 386, 391 and n. 4 (7th Cir. Smith v. Gross, 604 F.2d 639, 641 (9th more.

Summary: 432 F. Supp. 791 (1977) RCA GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS, INC., Plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR et al., Defendants. On February 22, 1977 Plaintiff, RCA Global Communications, Inc., hereinafter referred to as "RCA" filed a complaint for injunctive and declaratory relief against the U.S. Department of Interior, Cecil Andrus, Secretary of Interior; Emmett Rice, Acting Director, Office of Territorial Affairs; the *792 Government of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, herein more.

Summary: 423 F. Supp. 1037 (1976) FAIR OCEAN COMPANY, LTD., Plaintiff, v. CARGO OF the PERMINA SAMUDRA XII, In Rem, and Perusahaan Pertambangan Minjak Dan Gas Bumi Negara, In Personam, Defendants, Far East Oil Trading Co., Ltd., Claimant. On June 17, 1976, plaintiff, Fair Ocean Company, Ltd., filed an in rem action against the cargo of the PERMINA SAMUDRA XII and an in personam action against PERUSAHAAN PERTAMBANGAN MINJAK DAN GAS BUMI NEGARA (hereinafter referred to as "PERTAMINA"). Claimants to the more.

Summary: 188 F. Supp. The first paragraphs of the first and, by reference, second causes of action read, This action is one for injury to real property, arising out of the wrongful acts and/or admissions [sic] of agents and employees of the United States Government while within the scope of their office or employment, the court having jurisdiction pursuant to section 1346(b) Title 28, United States Code [, part of the Federal Tort Claims Act]. I The United States Court of Claims has exclusive more.

Summary: 613 F. Supp. 381 (1983) Yosh SAKAMOTO, Pacific Gift Supply, Inc., Top Liquor, Inc., Hakubotan, Inc., Jenny's Fashion, Inc. and Para Para, Inc., all Guam Corporations, Plaintiffs, v. DUTY FREE SHOPPERS, LTD., a Hong Kong Corporation, Guam Airport Authority, an autonomous instrumentality of the Government of Guam, Manuel F.L. Guerrero, in his official capacity as Executive Manager of the Guam Airport Authority, John Does I through V, in their official capacities as employees of the Government of more.

Summary: 414 F. Supp. , 515 F.2d 507, followed another District Court's reasoning in The People of the State of California v. Bozarth, 356 F. Supp. The District Court of the Virgin Islands was presented with the identical issue in the case of Government of the Virgin Islands v. May, 384 F. Supp.

Summary: 100 F. Supp. The court, over the objections of the defendant and pursuant to its order entered July 17, 1951 allowed the government to *425 proceed to trial on the basis of an information without trial by jury. The question is presented as to whether the court has jurisdiction to try defendants accused of felonies against the United States without indictment by grand jury and trial by petit jury unless waived. Any earlier doubt as to the constitutional authority of the United States Congress to more.

Summary: 319 F. Supp. This matter comes before the Court on the defendant's motion for an order compelling the government to produce notes taken by the Assistant United States Attorney (the "AUSA") during a five-hour interview conducted with government witnesses Jin Young Kim and Mi Sook Kim (the "Kims"). The AUSA further stated that, based upon the interview with the Kims, the government believes that the defendant was "fully aware that the Kims were selling counterfeit merchandise at the Yumea Gift more.

Summary: 464 F. Supp. *732 OPINION IRVING HILL, District Judge: In this opinion, we reverse a summary judgment of the trial court which held unconstitutional the Guam gross receipts tax as applied to a taxpayer who sells and delivers liquor and tobacco products to departing passengers at the Guam International Airport. It maintains a large retail shop at the Guam International Airport wherein liquor, tobacco and other goods are sold to airline passengers generally. The evidence in the record before us more.

Summary: 864 F. Supp. Petitioner Garrison relies primarily on International Union of Bricklayers v. Meese, 761 F.2d 798 (D.C.Cir.1985) and two earlier cases, Galindo v. Del Monte Corporation, 382 F. Supp. Respondent OCK, on the other hand, relies on two clear pronouncements against such a private right of action found in Flores v. Braun Packing Co., etc., 482 F.2d 279 (5th Cir.1973) and Chavez v. Freshpict Foods, Inc., 456 F.2d 890 (10th Cir.1972), cert. The case of Dowling v. U.S., 476 F. Supp. Several more.

Summary: 674 F. Supp. On appeal the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed, in part, this Court's order granting defendants summary judgment and remanded the matter to this Court for proceedings consistent therewith, 787 F.2d 1299 (1986). Lombard's, Inc. v. Prince Manufacturing, Inc., supra; Heart Disease Research Foundation v. General Motors Corp., 463 F.2d 98 (2nd Cir.1972); Car Carriers, Inc. v. Ford Motor Co., 745 F.2d 1101, 1107 (7th Cir.1984), cert. Inc., 511 F. Supp. In more.

Summary: 249 F. Supp. The question was before the Court of Appeals of the *612 Second Circuit in United States, for Use of Sloan v. Rego Building Corporation, 87 F.2d 1021, referred to by Judge Hulbert in United States, to Use and Benefit of New York Casualty Co. v. Standard Surety & Casualty Co., D.C., 32 F. Supp.

Summary: 915 F. Supp. 2d 327 (1978); In re Petition of France for the Extradition of Philippe Sauvage, 819 F. Supp. 1993); Matter of Demjanjuk, 603 F. Supp. United States v. Saccoccia, 58 F.3d 754, 766 (1st Cir.1995); see also Collins v. Loisel, 259 U.S. 309, 312, 42 S. Ct. 469, 470, 66 L. Ed. Peters v. Egnor, 888 F.2d 713, 716 (10th Cir.1989) (holding that in determining the dual criminality issue a full-blown or extensive review of the foreign nation's criminal law is not required or appropriate). more.

Summary: 191 F. Supp. According to the amended information, "The United States Attorney charges: That on the 5th day of January, 1961, at the Naval Communication Station, Guam, and waters contiguous thereto, a place within the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States and within the jurisdiction of this Court, the defendants * * * did use, throw, drop, or explode explosives in the waters of Guam for the purpose of killing or taking fish, all in violation of Section 13 of Title more.