United States of America v. Woodson et al
||Melissa Woodson and Midland Funding
||United States of America
||February 3, 2009
||Nebraska District Court
||Real Property: Foreclosure Office
||XX US, Outside State
||F. A. Gossett
||Laurie Smith Camp
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||U.S. Government Plaintiff
|Jury Demanded By:
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|July 7, 2009
JUDGMENT AND DECREE OF FORECLOSURE AND ORDER OF SALE in the amount of $96,612.01; accrued interest in the amount of $11,913.20 and interest accruing at the rate of $17.70 per day from June 11, 2009, until the date of entry of this decr ee. Interest will accrue on the sums from and after the date of entry of this decree at the legal rate of.53% computed daily and compounded annually until paid in full. Setting priority of liens and directing sales of premises; granting plaint iff's motion for Default Judgment 13 against Defendants Melissa Woodson a/k/a Melissa Emerald-Ann Woodson a/k/a Melissa Juergen a/k/a Melissa Juergena a/k/a Melissa Jurgena and Midland Funding LLCOrdered by Judge Laurie Smith Camp. (PCV, ) (copies sent to defendants via mail; cc to US Marshal) Modified on 7/9/2009 to add link to Motion for Default (PCV, ).
|February 20, 2009
ORDER granting 5 Motion to Amend Caption. The caption is revised to add the spelling of a defendant's name as set forth in the Motion, and as set forth above. Ordered by Magistrate Judge F. A. Gossett. (MKR)
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