SE Property Holdings, LLC v. Judkins et al

Filing 64

JUDGMENT entered in favor of SE Property Holdings, LLC against Highway 59, LLC, Russell G. Judkins. (1) Defendant Highway 59, LLC, shall transfer the subject asset by Quitclaim Deed within 30 days of this Order. (2) An additional monetary award of & #036;3,000,000.00 is entered in favor of Plaintiff against all Defendants. (3) Plaintiff will be awarded cost and attorney's fees, and shall submit evidence of its reasonable attorney's fees within 30 days o the date of this Order. Signed by District Judge Terry F. Moorer on 11/5/2018. (mab)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA SOUTHERN DIVISION SE PROPERTY HOLDINGS, LLC Plaintiff, : : vs. : Civil Action No. 1:17-cv-00413-TM-B RUSSELL G. JUDKINS, et al., : Defendants. : JUDGMENT In accordance with this Court’s Order finding that all of the defendants are liable to Plaintiff for violation of the Alabama Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, ALA. CODE § 8-9A-4, it is hereby ORDERED as follows: 1. Defendant Highway 59, LLC, shall transfer the subject asset – i.e., Defendant Russell Judkins’s former interest in the subject real property that was transferred to, and that is, now, held, by Defendant Highway 59, LLC – to Plaintiff by Quitclaim Deed within 30 days of this Order; 2. An additional monetary award of $300,000.00 is entered in favor of Plaintiff and against all Defendants as “other relief the circumstances may require,” or as punitive damages, pursuant to Code of Alabama, 1975, § 8-9A-7(a)(3)(c). 3. Plaintiff will be awarded costs and attorney’s fees reasonably incurred in connection with this case from Defendants, and Plaintiff shall submit evidence of its reasonable attorney’s fees within thirty (30) days of this Order. DONE and ORDERED this the 5th day of November 2018. s/TERRY F. MOORER UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 2

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