PrinsBank v. Powell, et al.
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|August 12, 2016
ORDER CONFIRMING FORECLOSURE DEEDS re 39 Motion for Confirmation of Foreclosure Deeds: it isORDERED, ADJUDGED, AND DECREED as follows: (1) The Motion and the relief requested in the Motion are granted; (2) The foreclosure procedures and foreclosure sales described in the Motion were performed in accordance with the terms of the Judgment, the Foreclosed Mortgages and applicable law, and the Foreclosure Deeds attached to the Motion as Exhibit A are hereby approved and confirmed; (3) Immediately upon entry of this order, Prinsbank shall be allowed to record the Foreclosure Deeds with the probate records of Covington County, Alabama, and the statutory right of redemption (for those parties entitled to exercise such right) shall expire one yea r therefrom; (4) Prinsbank shall apply the credit bids on account of the foreclosures of the mortgages identified in subparagraphs 9(c), 9(f), and 9(h) of the Judgment to the indebtedness owing on account of the April 27 Note (including but not limit ed to Prinsbank's foreclosure expenses), and Prinsbank shall apply the credit bid on account of the foreclosure of the mortgage identified in subparagraph 9(d) of the Judgment to the indebtedness owing on account of the October 10 Note (including but not limited to Prinsbank's foreclosure expenses). Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 8/12/2016. (wcl, )
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