USA v. Boscaljon et al

Filing 81

JUDGMENT AND DECREE of Foreclosure Signed by U. S. District Judge Lawrence L. Piersol on 5/10/10. (JMM)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF SOUTH DAKOTA SOUTHERN DIVISION ***************************************************************************** * UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, * CIV.07-4111 * Plaintiff, * * vs. * * JUDGMENT AND DECREE OF GLEN R. BOSCALJON, Individually * FORECLOSURE and on behalf of the Glenmar Trust; * and MARLENE BOSCALJON, * Individually and on behalf of the * Glenmar Trust; * * Defendants. * * ****************************************************************************** In accordance with the Court's March 22, 2010 Memorandum Opinion and the agreement of Plaintiff United States and Defendants Glen and Marlene Boscaljon, judgment is hereby entered in favor of the United States and against Glen and Marlene Boscaljon for the unpaid balance of federal income taxes, penalties, and interest in the amount of $192,557.88, as shown below, plus interest and statutory additions according to law from September 29, 2009 until paid: Tax Year 1993 1994 Total Balance of Liability $ 68,877.56 $123,680.32 $192,557.88 Furthermore, the United States is granted judgment to foreclose its tax liens for years 1993 and 1994 against real property located at 2204 South Hawthorne Avenue, Sioux Falls, in Minnehaha County, South Dakota and described as follows: Lot 10 and the South 6ft of Lot 11 in Block 10 of Pettigrew and Tate's Fourth Addition to Sioux Falls Minnehaha County South Dakota according to the recorded Plat thereof. The real property referenced above will be sold pursuant to further order of the Court. IT IS SO ORDERED. Dated this ~yof May, 2010. BY THE COURT: ATTEST: JOS~HAAS, CLERK BY!UL) ~ i'4 i. rIt ~~i'JU.<,J Lawrence L. Piersol United States District Judge Deputy 2

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