Branch Banking and Trust Company v. Saibaba, L.L.C. et al
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|June 27, 2013
ORDERED as follows: (1) The Receiver's 40 Request for a Hearing and Motion to Approve the Sale of Real and Personal Property is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART with leave to refile. It is granted to the extent that it requests a hearing to confirm the proposed sale. A hearing is set for 7/30/2013, at 9:00 A.M. in Courtroom 2A, One Church Street, Montgomery, Alabama. The 40 motion is DENIED to the extent it requests the Court approve the private sale at this time, prior to holding th e requisite hearing on the matter; (2) The Receiver is DIRECTED to provide written notice of the sale confirmation hearing to the proposed buyer and any other interested parties at least 5 business days in advance of the hearing; (3) The Receiver is DIRECTED to publish the terms of the sale (Doc. # 40 -1) in the Montgomery Advertiser in substantially the same form as presented in the exhibit entitled Notice to Parties in Interest (Doc. # 40 -2) at least ten days before confirmation of the privat e sale of the Days Inn Hotel; (4) The Receiver's 45 Motion to Approve Appointment of Appraisers of Real and Personal Property is GRANTED; (5) The Receiver's 46 Motion for Order Setting Expedited Hearing on Receiver's Motion to Approve Appointment of Appraisers of Real and Personal Property is DENIED AS MOOT. Signed by Honorable Judge Mark E. Fuller on 6/27/2013. (furn: Calendar, wr) (wcl, )
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