ARCOLA, IL. (ECWd) –
On May 29, 2014, the Court filed a letter ruling on Arcola Township’s Motion to Dismiss.
The Judge removed the cause from advisement, examined all pleadings, files and records, and reviewed argument of counsel.
He Denied Arcola Township’s Motion to Dismiss and gave them 21 days to answer or further plead on the Complaint.
This is good news as it brings this case one step closer to completion.
Below is a “copy and paste” from the case on judici.com (CLICK HERE):
Letter Ruling on file. Cause removed from advisement on Defendant’s Section 2-619(9) to dismiss. Pleadings examined, files and records reviewed argu- ments of counsel considered. Finding by the court that affirmative matter avoiding the legal effect of or defeating the claim raised by Plaintiff does not exist in the present cause to bar the claim asserted against Defendant. By reason thereof, Defendant’s Section 2-619(9) Motion to Dismiss is denied. Defendant ruled to answer or otherwise further plead to Plaintiff’s Complaint within 21 days of this date.
Public records for this motion:
Defendant Motion for Involuntary Dismissal (HERE)
Plaintiff response to Motion to Dismiss (HERE) (written by me and filed prior to obtaining an attorney)