PNC Bank National Association v. Wilnic Properties, LLC et al

Filing 52

ORDER directing the CLERK to enter final judgment on Counts I and II. See the order for details. Signed by Magistrate Judge Philip R. Lammens on 2/1/2017. (CAB)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA OCALA DIVISION PNC BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, a national banking association, successor-by-merger with RBC Bank (USA), a North Carolina statechartered bank, successor-by merger with Florida Choice Bank, a Florida statechartered bank Plaintiff, v. Case No: 5:16-cv-66-Oc-PRL WILNIC PROPERTIES, LLC, NICHOLAS PRZYSTAWSKI, SUZANNE L. PRZYSTAWSKI and CENTRAL FLORIDA FOOT CARE, P.A. Defendants. ORDER On January 18, 2017, this Court granted Plaintiff’s motion for partial summary judgment in favor of Plaintiff and against Defendant Wilnic Properties, LLC on Count I and against Defendants Nicholas Przystawski and Suzanne L. Przystawski on Count II. (Docs. 47, 49). In that order, the Court directed Plaintiff to file the original promissory note for cancelation, which Plaintiff has now done (along with the note’s amendments). (Docs. 50, 51). Accordingly, the CLERK is ORDERED to enter judgment in favor of PNC Bank National Association and against Wilnic Properties, LLC, Nicholas Przystawski, and Suzanne L. Przystawski, jointly and severally, in the amount of $385,829.09, 1 plus post-judgment interest as provided by law. Finally, the CLERK is DIRECTED TO CANCEL the original promissory note and its amendments. DONE and ORDERED in Ocala, Florida on February 1, 2017. Copies furnished to: Counsel of Record Unrepresented Parties 1 This amount includes unpaid principal of $361,825.55; unpaid and accrued interest of $19,192.97; $2,948.33 in per diem interest from November 17, 2016 through February 1, 2017 (seventyseven days at the rate of $38.29); and late fees of $1,862.24. -2-

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