Securities and Exchange Commission v. Nadel et al
ORDER ATTACHED granting 1253 Receiver's Motion to Approve Sixth Interim Distribution and to Increase Certain Reserves. Signed by Judge Richard A. Lazzara on 1/10/2017. (CCB)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE
CASE NO: 8:09-cv-87-T-26TBM
ARTHUR NADEL; SCOOP CAPITAL, LLC;
and SCOOP MANAGEMENT, INC.,
SCOOP REAL ESTATE, L.P.;
VALHALLA INVESTMENT PARTNERS, L.P.;
VALHALLA MANAGEMENT, INC.;
VICTORY IRA FUND, LTD.; VICTORY FUND, LTD.;
VIKING IRA FUND, LLC; VIKING FUND, LLC;
and VIKING MANAGEMENT, LLC,
THIS CAUSE comes before the Court for consideration of the Receiver’s
Unopposed Motion to (1) Approve Sixth Interim Distribution and (2) Increase Certain
Reserves (the Motion) (Dkt. 1253). The Securities and Exchange Commission does not
oppose the granting of the relief sought. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., has filed a Limited
Objection and Memorandum of Law in Opposition to which the Receiver has filed a
Having considered the submissions of the Receiver and Wells Fargo, and being
otherwise fully advised, it is ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that the Receiver’s Motion
is GRANTED. The Court finds that the interim distribution plan as set forth in the
Motion and in its Exhibits is fair and reasonable and consistent with the distribution plan
previously approved by this Court and that the interests of Wells Fargo are adequately
1. The Receiver is authorized to conduct a sixth interim distribution in the total
amount of $2,000,000.00 as set forth in the Motion and in Exhibit A attached to the
2. The Receiver is authorized to increase reserves by $111,963.37, which will
leave in place a total reserve amount of $2,769,187.73 as set forth in the Motion and in
Exhibit B attached to the Motion.
DONE AND ORDERED at Tampa, Florida, on January 10, 2017.
s/Richard A. Lazzara
RICHARD A. LAZZARA
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
COPIES FURNISHED TO:
Counsel of Record
See dockets 1254 and 1258.
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