Brunswick Acceptance Company, LLC et al v. Andersen Boat Shop, Inc. et al

Filing 10

ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE AND TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER - Hearing to be scheduled at a date yet to be determined; Pursuant to CPLR 7109 and Fed. R. Civ. P. 65(b), that pending the hearing of this motion, the defendant and its respective servants, agents, employees, representatives, and all persons actin in concert with it be, and the same hereby are, restrained and enjoined from removing, transferring, dismantling, selling, pledging, encumbering, commingling, using, concealing, hiding or otherwise d isposing of, or permitting to become a subject to a security interest or lien, the Collateral, including all deposit accounts, described above in any manner inconsistent with Plaintiff's interests therein; that Plaintiffs post undertaking in the amount of $800,000 pursuant to the provisions of CPLR 7102(e), upon entry of this Order; that a copy of the Order to Show Cause and Temporary Restraining Order, together with the copies of the above-referenced papers upon which it is made, shal l be personally served (or attempted to be personally served): (a) upon the Defendant, Andersen Boat Shop, Inc., at Route 50 P.O. Box 46, Burnt Hills, New York, and (b) mailed by Federal Express to counsel for Defendants, Frank Parisi, Esq., 376 Broa dway, Schenectady, NY 12305, and that such service shall be deemed good and sufficient notice of this Order; that this Order shall take effect upon the service (or attempted service) described in the foregoing paragraph. Signed by Judge Gary L. Sharpe on 11/9/2007. (jel, ) Modified on 11/9/2007 (jel, ).

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