The opinion of the court was delivered by: Gary L. Sharpe District Court Judge
MEMORANDUM-DECISION AND ORDER
Pro se plaintiff Richard Enrique Ulloa has filed three complaints with the district court. The first complaint was filed on July 9, 2009, by which Ulloa initiated an action under "Article Three of the American Constitution" for replevin, claiming that defendant Mid-Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union (MHVFCU) and Does I through X unlawfully seized monies from his savings account. (See Compl. 1, 10-cv-132, Dkt. No. 1.) On February 1, 2010, Ulloa filed the second complaint, which seeks injunctive relief and to quiet title against defendants MHVFCU, the Ulster County Supreme Court, and Does 1-10. (See Compl. 2, 10-cv-356, Dkt. No.1.) On that same day, Ulloa filed the third complaint, which seeks to quiet title and relief for slander of title and fraudulent conversion against Wells Fargo Bank and Ulster County Supreme Court. (See Compl. 3, 10-cv-345, Dkt. No. 1.)*fn1
Subsequently, all defendants moved to dismiss. (See 10-cv-132, Dkt. No. 14; 10-cv-356, Dkt. Nos. 9,15; 10-cv-345, Dkt. Nos. 21, 23.) Also, Ulloa has filed a motion to compel. (See Dkt. No.17.) For the reasons that follow, defendants' motions are granted, Ulloa's motion to compel is denied, and his complaints are dismissed in their entirety.
Ulloa is a member of MHVFCU and maintains multiple accounts at the credit union, including a mortgage on behalf of CEMI STAR SERVICES, LLC (CEMI), a company of which Ulloa is an officer. Ulloa seeks replevin under "Article Three of the American Constitution," accusing defendants MHVFCU and Does I through X of unlawfully seizing $37,914.61 from his savings account in an effort to collect outstanding mortgage payments owed by him. (See Compl. 1, 10-cv-132, Dkt. No. 1.)
The second complaint involves the same subject matter as the first complaint, but adds the Ulster County Supreme Court and Does 1-10 as defendants. In addition, Ulloa seeks to "quiet title" with respect to the property; injunctive relief in the form of a declaration that he is the rightful owner of the property; and a "cease and desist" order forbidding the defendants from selling the property.
Ulloa's third complaint relates to a residential mortgage foreclosure action that was commenced in Ulster County Supreme Court. In the complaint, Ulloa asserts claims against defendants Wells Fargo Bank, Ulster County Supreme Court, and Does I through X. Ulloa seeks to quiet title and relief relating to slander of title and fraudulent conversion. In addition, Ulloa seeks an abatement of "all past, current and future claims of any right, title or interest in the property"; a declaratory judgment declaring that the subject property is "held in allodium" by Ulloa and that Wells Fargo has no security interest in it; and a cease and desist order forbidding Wells Fargo from selling the property.
Specifically, Ulloa obtained a mortgage loan for $208,750.00 in principal from Wells Fargo, as memorialized in a promissory note and secured by a mortgage on the property. Thereafter, Ulloa defaulted on the contractually-required mortgage loan payments and failed to cure his default. Thus, Wells Fargo commenced a foreclosure action against Ulloa.