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505 U.S. Government
PUBLISHED: Tuesday July 08, 2003


UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF
CALIFORNIA
NOTICE OF ACTION AND ARREST
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Case Number 03CV1292H
Pursuant to Local Civil Rule C.1(b), Rule C(4) and Rule E(9) of the United States District Court, Southern District of California
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a complaint in rem and in perosonam for foreclosure of maritime lien was filed on July 1, 2003, in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California entitled "Margaret Gorman v. Vessel Pacific Future, et al." Case No. 03CV1292H JAH. On July 2, 2003, the United States Marshal, pursuant to a Warrant of Arrest, arrested the Vessel Pacific Future, Official No. 612155.
A claim by any person claiming to be entitled to possession or who claims an interest in the vessel or property hereby seized under a Warrant of Arrest must be filed with the clerk and served on the attorney for Plaintiff within ten (10) days after publication; an answer to the complaint must be filed and served within twenty (20) days after publication; that otherwise default may be entered and condemnation ordered; and applications for intervention under Federal Rule 24 by persons claiming maritime liens or other interests in the vessel or property hereby seized under a Warrant of Arrest shall be filed within the time fixed by the Court.
The name, address and telephone number of the Marshal is as follows: David Bejarano, U.S. Marshal
Southern District of California
United States Courthouse
940 Front Street, Ste, B-150
San Diego, California 92101
Telephone: (619)557-6620
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that any person claiming to be entitled to possession or claiming an interest in the vessel or property hereby seized under a Warrant of Arrest shall be entitled to a hearing before a judge or magistrate upon not less than three(3) days' written notice to Plaintiff, in care of the attorney for Plaintiff, J. Peter Olson, Esq., GORDON & REES, LLP, 101 West Broadway, Ste. 1600, San Diego, California 92101, telephone (619)696-6700, and to an order vacating the arrest forthwith and granting other appropriate relief unless Plaintiff shows cause at the hearing why such an order should not issue.
Pub. July 8-k108802




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PUBLISHED: Tuesday July 08, 2003


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