United States Of America v. Smith et al

Filing 34

ORDER granting in part re 21 Motion for Default Judgment against Defendants Smith, Coastal Pharmacy, and German; reserves ruling on 21 Motion for Summary Judgment. The Clerk is DIRECTED to administratively terminate the remainder of the Governmen t's motion for a period of ninety days form the date of this Order, subject to the Government's right to reopen its request for summary judgment. A final Judgment will not be entered in this case until after the Court has determined the manner in which the tax liens will be foreclosed on the property. Signed by Judge William T. Moore, Jr on 8/3/17. (loh)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA SAVANNAH DIVISION UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, CASE NO. CV416-171 V. OTHNIEL T. SMITH, III; STEPHEN S. PUTNAL; GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE; COASTAL PHARMACY LABS, LLC, 1 d/b/a Coastal Compounding Pharmacy, tenant in -O possession; and BLAIR H. CO GERMAN, d/b/a German Systems, tenant in possession; GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, Cross-claimant, V. OTHNIEL T. SMITH, III, Cross-defendant. ORDER Default the Court Summary is the 21.) the entry of Defendants Othniel T. Smith, LLC; Judgment. Government's (Doc. Government against Labs, and the requests and Blair H. *■ « . r Defendants. Before «i" German. (Id. that default III; at In Motion Coastal 3-6.) for motion, judgment Pharmacy In addition.

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