American Enterprise Bank, v. Spring Hill Holdings LLC, et al.,
JUDGMENT by Clerk re: 83 Order. by Clerk on 3/5/2014. (trlee, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 12-cv-01032-WJM-MJW
AMERICAN ENTERPRISE BANK, an Illinois state bank,
SPRING HILL HOLDINGS LLC, a Colorado limited liability company,
GEMINI FITNESS GROUP, INC., a Colorado corporation d/b/a ORCHARDS
SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION,
WATERBURY ORCHARDS, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company, and
PUBLIC TRUSTEE OF LARIMER COUNTY,
JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE
THE COURT HEREBY GRANTS the Stipulation for Entry of Agreed Judgment of
Foreclosure and specifically finds as follows:
Each Defendant herein has been properly served, and the Court has jurisdiction of
all the parties and the subject matter of this action.
The allegations of the Complaint for Judicial Foreclosure and Other Relief (the
“Complaint”) pertaining to the real property to be foreclosed are true.
Defendants Spring Hill Holdings, LLC, Elizabeth MacEachran, and John
MacEachran (collectively the “Spring Hill Defendants”), are in default under the
terms of the promissory notes and deeds of trust described in the Complaint and
owe the following amounts:
Unpaid principal on 504 Note
Interest from date of default to the date hereof:
Unpaid principal on 7(a) Note
Interest from date of default to the date hereof
Court costs to date:
Expenses incurred by Plaintiff in connection
The attorneys’ fees are reasonable and allowed as a cost of foreclosure.
The sum due Plaintiff from the Spring Hill Defendants is secured by a Deed of
Trust recorded on December 9, 2005, at reception no. 2005-0105425, in the
Larimer County, Colorado records (the “Deed of Trust”), which is a prior and
superior lien upon the real property in the amount of $2,022,895.52, and the
interests of all Defendants in the property are junior and subordinate to the lien of
Plaintiff. See Stipulation By and Between Plaintiff and Defendant Small Business
Administration, filed 7/3/12, at ¶16 (Doc. # 30); Stipulation By and Between
Plaintiff and Defendant Waterbury Orchards, LLC, filed 7/31/12, at ¶9 (Doc. #
38); Court Order Granting Plaintiff’s Unopposed Motion for order Approving
Stipulations With Small Business Administration and Waterbury Orchards, LLC
(text only entry), dated 9/5/12 (Doc. #43).
The real property subject to foreclosure is commercial property for which no
Defendant is entitled to a homestead exemption.
IT IS DECREED:
The Deed of Trust shall be foreclosed, and the Sheriff of Larimer County,
Colorado is ordered to sell the following real property in the same manner as
prescribed by statute for the sale of land upon execution:
Parcel A: Lot 1, Orchards Seventh Subdivision to the City of Loveland,
County of Larimer, State of Colorado,
Together with non-exclusive easements for parking, driveways and
incidental purposes as set forth in Declaration of Restrictions and grant of
Easements recorded April 08, 1976 in Book 1693 at Page 637 and
rerecorded May 21, 1976 in Book 1700 at Page 618 and set forth in
Declaration and Cross-Easement Agreement recorded September 30, 1977
in Book 1803 at Page 275.
The real property or its address is commonly known as 289 E. 29th Street,
Loveland, CO 80538. The Real Property tax identification number is
Said Sheriff shall apply the proceeds of such sale as follows:
First, to pay all fees, costs, and expenses incurred in connection with the
Second, to repay advances for taxes, insurance, etc. after judgment;
Third, to pay Plaintiff the amount of said judgment and interest.
Fourth, to pay any balance remaining into the registry of the Court to be
applied as the Court shall hereinafter direct.
This Decree shall be a Writ of special execution and no levy need be made.
Following said sale, the Sheriff shall execute and deliver a Certificate of Purchase
to the highest bidder for cash at said sale and cause a duplicate of said Certificate
of Purchase to be recorded with the Clerk and Recorder of Larimer County,
Colorado, make a report of said sale to this Court, as soon as possible thereafter
and, upon expiration of the period of redemption provided by law, execute and
deliver a Deed conveying the real property to the holder of the Certificate of
Purchase unless the property is sooner redeemed.
Dated this 5th day of
BY THE COURT
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