Receiver files Fifth Report with the Court, which is available here.
The Receiver is pleased to announce that he has obtained a declaratory judgment against Damon and Cathy Barnes providing him with an lien over assets worth approximately $400,000. As a result of this declaration, the Receiver has had the assets in those accounts transferred to the Receivership Estate without any tax penalties or withholding. A copy of the Declaratory Judgment can be found on this website under "Lawsuits Filed."
Receiver files Motion for Summary Judgement and for Declaratory Relief Against Joseph Signore
The Receiver is pleased to announce that he has contracted to sell two (2) pieces of real property formerly owned by Craig Hipp, which the Estate obtained during the course of the Receivership. The Receiver is actively seeking qualified overbids in accordance with both applicable law and the terms of the “as is” residential contracts for the sale and purchase of real estate, both of which are available for download here and here. Further, please be advised that the court-approved notices for the sale of these real properties can also be downloaded here and here. All sales are subject to the contract terms, applicable law, and court approval after a public hearing on June 1, 2016 at 1:15 p.m. EDT at the United States District Court located at 701 Clematis Street, Second Floor, Courtroom 7, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401.
The Court entered Final Judgments in favor of the Receiver against both Paul and Christine Schumack, joint and severally, in the amount of $5,129,806.94 plus post-judgment interest based on their consents.
The Receiver has filed lawsuits in federal court against over 20 profiteers, seeking a return of funds for the Receivership Estate. Those lawsuits may be found in the "Lawsuits Filed" section of this website.
Frequently Asked Questions (Taxes) is available here.
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