Botner v. Botner

950268 Corey Botner, Plaintiff and Appellee
v.
William Botner, Defendant, Third-Party
Plaintiff and Appellant
v.
Rosalie Botner, Third-Party Defendant

Appeal from: District Court, Northeast Central Judicial District, Grand Forks County
Judge Joel D. Medd
Nature of Action: Child Support
Counsel:
Appellant: Fleming, DuBois & Fleming, PLLP
Appellee: Lynn Anderson Kerbeshian
Defendant: Pro se
Term: 02/1996   Argument: 02/15/1996  1:30pm
NW cite: 545 N.W.2d 188

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Docket entries:
108/18/1995 NOTICE OF APPEAL: 08/17/1995
208/18/1995 ORDER FOR TRANSCRIPT (Kathy Narlock): 08/17/1995
309/11/1995 RETENTION OF RECORD ON APPEAL: 10/06/1995
409/20/1995 Letter from Sally Marin dated 9-19-95 w/ attached copy of
509/20/1995 her letter to Mr. Fleming & copy of Judge Medd's Order
609/20/1995 Granting Sally Marin's Motion for Leave to Withdraw as
709/20/1995 Attorney for Rosalie Botner (See Docket Memo for Rosalie
809/20/1995 Botner's address)
910/04/1995 TRANSCRIPT DATED January 17 & 18, 1995
1010/05/1995 RECORD ON APPEAL and separate (#4)
1111/13/1995 APPELLANT APPENDIX
1211/20/1995 APPELLANT BRIEF (No Cert. of Service)
1311/29/1995 Affidavit of Service for ATB
1412/26/1995 APPELLEE BRIEF
1501/29/1996 Letters dated 1-12-96 & 1-16-96 from PM that were sent to
1601/29/1996 Rosalie Botner were returned to us by the Post Office --
1701/29/1996 see Docket Memo
1802/15/1996 APPEARANCES: Neil W. Fleming; Lynn A. Kerbeshian and Corey
1902/15/1996 Botner, Appellee
2002/15/1996 ARGUED: Fleming; Kerbeshian (Vol. U, pg. 204)
2103/19/1996 DISPOSITION: AFFIRMED
2203/19/1996 UNANIMOUS OPINION: Neumann, William A.
2303/19/1996 (Concurring): VandeWalle, Gerald: CONCUR
2403/19/1996 (Concurring): Sandstrom, Dale V.: CONCUR
2503/19/1996 Costs on appeal taxed in favor of appellee
2603/20/1996 ORDER/JUDGMENT MAILED TO PARTIES
2704/15/1996 MANDATE
2805/02/1996 Corrected page 4 of the opinion filed 3-19-96 (correction
2905/02/1996 sent to publishers)
3007/09/2002 EXPUNGED - Nonpermanent record items destroyed

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