Appearing Pro Se
9th Cir. R. 27-3 Certificate
Pursuant to 9th Cir. R. 27-3, Appellant respectfully certifies that his motionfor appeal and injunctive relief is an emergency motion requiring “relief … in lessthan 21 days” to “avoid irreparable harm.”Appellant, Michael M. Carney (“Carney”) is a property owner in CostaMesa, CA, his family home of nine years being at issue, who filed suit againstAppellees Bank of America Corporation (“BAC”), ReconTrust, N.A.(“ReconTrust”) a wholly owned subsidiary of Bank of America Corp., MortgageElectronic Registration Systems, Inc. (“MERS”), Countrywide FinancialCorporation, Countrywide Home Loans, Inc.(“Countrywide”), and US Bank, N.A(“US BANK”) as well as non-responsive and central defendant, although not tothis motion and appeal, BondCorp Realty Services, Inc. (“BondCorp”).Appellant appears pro se. Appellees BAC (and stated subsidiaries) andCountrywide appear as represented by counsel. Appellees
ReconTrust, US BANK
appear with no stated counsel in this court other than Judith T. Sethna(SBN 232731) who is not admitted as counsel to this court.