Michigan Glass and Glazing Industry Defined Contribution Pension Plan et al v. Ypsilanti Acme Glass and Paint Company
CONSENT ORDER re: 139 Disposition of Motion for Entry of Ex-Parte Order Restraining Transfer of Certain Property Supplementary to Judgment and Providing for Immediate Execution Against Property. Signed by District Judge Robert H Cleland. (LWag)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN SOUTHERN DIVISION MICHIGAN GLASS AND GLAZING INDUSTRY DEFINED CONTRIBUTION PENSION PLAN, et al, Plaintiffs, v YPSILANTI ACME GLASS AND PAINT COMPANY, d/b/a ACME GLASS & PAINT COMPANY, d/b/a MICHIGAN GLASS COMPANY, Defendant. / CONSENT ORDER RE: DISPOSITION OF MOTION FOR ENTRY OF EX-PARTE ORDER RESTRAINING TRANSFER OF CERTAIN PROPERTY SUPPLEMENTARY TO JUDGMENT [DOCKET NO. 140] AND PROVIDING FOR IMMEDIATE EXECUTION AGAINST PROPERTY THIS MATTER having come before the Court upon Plaintiffs' Motion for Ex-Parte Order Restraining Transfer of Certain Property Supplementary to Judgment [Docket No. 139] (the "Motion"), the Court having entered its Order restraining transfer of property and setting a hearing for April 28, 2009 [Docket No. 140], the parties having resolved the Motion pursuant to the terms set forth below, the Court noting the consent of the parties hereto and being otherwise fully advised in the premises; NOW, THEREFORE; IT IS HEREBY ORDERED as follows: 1. Plaintiffs shall have the right, but not the obligation, and without further application or
Case No. 06-CV-13087 Hon. Robert J. Cleland
hearing before this court, to engage a sheriff or court officer of its selection to enter, and to the extent necessary, to open and enter, the business premises of Ypsilanti Acme Glass and Paint Company, d/b/a Acme Glass & Paint Company, d/b/a Michigan Glass Company ("Defendant"), located at 92 Ecorse Rd. and 93 Ecorse Rd., Ypsilanti, Michigan, inspect any and all remaining assets and, without any obligation whatsoever, to seize and remove any remaining assets not exempt from execution at Plaintiffs' sole and absolute discretion, for execution sale in accordance with the Michigan statutory provisions for sale by execution. In this regard, this Order shall serve as an Order to Seize Assets authorizing a sheriff or court
officer of Plaintiffs' selection to enter the Defendant's business premises to proceed with execution in accordance with Michigan statutory provisions for sale by execution. 2. Any property not executed upon by the sheriff or court officer engaged by Plaintiffs shall
be deemed to be abandoned to Defendant by Plaintiffs for further disposition by Defendant. 3. Except as provided in paragraphs 1 and 2 above, Defendant, and its officers, directors,
employees and agents, and any third party who is served with a true and entered copy of this Order, are restrained from transferring or disposing of any property of Defendant, whether now owned, or hereafter acquired by, or becoming due to Defendant, until further order of this Court. This order does not apply to property exempt by law from application to the satisfaction of the judgment. 4. docket. DATED: April 17, 2009 APPROVED FOR ENTRY: DAKMAK PEURACH PC /s/ per consent of Robert A. Peurach ROBERT A. PEURACH (P34446) Counsel for Defendant 615 Griswold St., Ste. 600 Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 964-0800 firstname.lastname@example.org ERMAN, TEICHER, MILLER, ZUCKER & FREEDMAN, PC /s/ Craig E. Zucker CRAIG E. ZUCKER (P39907) Co-Counsel for Plaintiffs 400 Galleria Officentre, Ste. 444 Southfield, MI 48034 (248) 827-4100 email@example.com - and SACHS WALDMAN, P.C. Hope L. Calati, Esq. 1000 Farmer St. Detroit, MI 48226 313-965-3464 firstname.lastname@example.org
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The hearing set by the Court for April 28, 2009 is hereby removed from the Court's
S/Robert H. Cleland U.S. DISTRICT COURT JUDGE
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