United States of America v. Stover
ORDER re: pltf's motion for confirmation of public sale 18 , confirming public sale of 9/20/17 & divesting all interest of lien holders, directing USM to execute & deliver to David Lyuens a good & sufficient deed conveying rt, title & interest of Heather Stover to premises sold @ 500 S. High St., Port Matilda, PA 16870, directing deed to be filed by purchaser w/ in 30 days of its delivery by USM w/ purchaser solely responsible for pymt of all recording chgs & expenses, w/ ct retaining jurisdiction. (See order for complete details) Signed by Chief Judge Christopher C. Conner on 10/31/17. (ki)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
HEATHER N. STOVER,
CIVL ACTION NO. 1:16-CV-1077
(Chief Judge Conner)
AND NOW, this 31st day of October, 2017 , upon consideration of plaintiff’s
motion for confirmation of public sale (Doc. 18), which states that notice has been
given to all lien holders of record and no objection has been made to the sale within
the thirty (30) day period, it is hereby ORDERED as follows:
That the public sale held on September 20, 2017, is hereby confirmed
and the interest of all lien holders are divested.
That the United States Marshal is directed to execute and deliver to
DAVID LYUENS, their successors and assigns (“Purchaser”), a good
and sufficient deed, conveying all the right, title, and interest of
HEATHER N. STOVER in and to the premises sold located at 500
South High Street, Port Matilda, PA 16870.
The Deed shall be recorded by the Purchaser within thirty (30) days of
its delivery to the Purchaser by the Marshal. The Purchaser is solely
responsible for payment of all recording charges and expenses.
That jurisdiction is retained for such further orders or decrees as may
/S/ CHRISTOPHER C. CONNER
Christopher C. Conner, Chief Judge
United States District Court
Middle District of Pennsylvania
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