U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Yellowstone Partners, Inc. et al
ORDER APPROVING RECEIVER'S REVISED FINAL REPORT, APPLICATION FOR FINAL PAYMENT OF RECEIVERSHIP FEES, AND TERMINATING RECEIVERSHIP CASE - Signed by District Judge Louise Wood Flanagan on 05/08/2014. (Baker, C.)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
U.S. COMMODITY FUTURES
YELLOWSTONE PARTNERS, INC.
and DENNIS TODD HAGEMANN,
CIVIL ACTION FILE
ORDER APPROVING RECEIVER’S REVISED FINAL REPORT,
APPLICATION FOR FINAL PAYMENT OF RECEIVERSHIP FEES,
____ _ _AND TERMINATING RECEIVERSHIP CASE_____ _
THIS MATTER COMING BEFORE THE COURT on the unopposed motion
of the Receiver, L. Bruce McDaniel, upon his Revised Final
Report, Application for Final Payment of Receivership Fees, and
Motion to terminate and otherwise close out the subject
This report, application for final fees, and motion to
close out this receivership case was unopposed by parties to
this action, Yellowstone Partners, Inc. and Dennis Todd
Hagemann, as well as the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading
Commission, also unopposing this report, application, and
The court has reviewed this Revised Final Report, the
Receiver’s Application for Final Payment of Receivership Fees,
and Motion to Close Out Receivership Case, together with all
other papers on file in this action.
The court also notes that
pursuant to the Receiver’s Report, Application, and Motion to
terminate receivership case, that all interested parties have
the right to file objections to the requests by the Receiver,
and no objections have been filed.
Being so informed, the court finds that good and sufficient
funds exist for the relief requested by the Receiver’s report,
application, and motion.
Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED that:
The Receiver’s Revised Final Report is approved in all
The Receiver’s Application for Final Payment of
Receivership Fees in the amount of $112.43, or such lesser
amount as may be available at the time the receivership estate
bank account is closed out, be paid for unpaid services rendered
by the Receiver as noted in his Application relating thereto.
The Receiver’s Motion to Close Out Receivership Case
be, and it hereby is, granted in all respects, and more
specifically the Receiver is authorized to retain the
receivership documents for a reasonable time hereafter, and
thereafter in his discretion to abandon and/or destroy all
records relating to the receivership case, and that the
Receiver, effective as of the date of this order, is discharged
from any further services or responsibilities to the
SO ORDERED, this ________ day of May, 2014.
Louise W. Flanagan
United States District Judge
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