BMO Harris Bank N.A. v. Montana Farms LLC et al
ORDER FURTHER EXTENDING TRO. Signed by District Judge Sharion Aycock on 4/6/2018. (adm)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI
BMO HARRIS BANK N.A.
CIVIL ACTION NO.: 1:18-cv-14-SA-DAS
MONTANA FARMS, LLC,
ANGELENA COOK, and
ORDER FURTHER EXTENDING TRO
On March 16, 2018, this Court entered a Temporary Restraining Order barring Defendants
and any of their responsible managing agents, officers, directors, or employees (acting within the
scope of his or her office or employment), and any other person or entity in active concert or
participation with the Defendants having actual notice of the Temporary Restraining Order by
personal service or otherwise:
from transporting, using, pledging, encumbering, selling,
transferring, or disposing of the Retained Collateral either in the
operation of the business of the Defendant Borrowers or otherwise,
except as may be necessary to move or transport the Retained
Collateral in order to comply with this Order after the delivery of
any third-party freight now loaded thereon, and, without limiting the
generality of the foregoing, the Borrowers are specifically ordered
not to load any third-party freight on the Retained Collateral.
The Restraining Order was set to expire on April 6, 2018 at 6:45 PM, after the Court
enetertained arguments on Plaintiff’s Motion for Preliminary Injunction. However, the Court’s
hearing on the preliminary injunction and replevin is not complete, as the Defendants have not had
opportunity to be fully heard.
However, the collateral at issue in this dispute is left unprotected without extension of the
Court’s protective order. Therefore, during the hearing held on April 6, 2018, the Court, ruling
from the bench, determined that the TRO should be extended until after the Court makes its
decision regarding the preliminary injunction and replevin. The continuance of the hearing will be
set by separate notice, and the Court will examine Plaintiff’s arguments on an expedited schedule
so as to limit harm to both parties.
Such extension is for good cause, as the Court should have the opportunity to hear
arguments regarding the alleged defaults under the security interests at issue in this matter before
ultimate relief may be granted, and Plaintiff has demonstrated that there will be a continuation of
the circumstances of irreparable injury if the assets are left unprotected.
SO ORDERED this the 6th day of April, 2018.
/s/ Sharion Aycock
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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