Farm Credit of Northwest Florida, ACA v. R&B Construction of South Alabama, Inc. et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|November 24, 2009
DEFAULT JUDGMENT entered in accordance with the separate Order entered on this date. It is ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED that a DEFAULT JUDGMENT is entered in favor of plaintiff, Farm Credit of Northwest Florida, ACA, and against defendants R&B Const ruction of South Alabama, Inc. and Rollin Rockett, jointly and severally, in the total amount of $1,670,067.30. Post-judgment interest will accrue on this amount at the statutory rate of 0.29%. It is further ordered that any recovery by pla intiff on either this default judgment or the consent judgment (doc. 27) previously entered against defendant Brandon Robertson in this case shall be credited against both judgments, inasmuch as both judgments represent compensation for the same losses and the same harms. Signed by Judge William H. Steele on 11/24/09. (tgw)
|October 5, 2009
Order granting 28 MOTION for Default Judgment as to Defendant Rollin Rockett, a/k/a Rollin Rockett, IV & granting 29 MOTION for Default Judgment as to Defendant R & B Construction of South Alabama, Inc. filed by Farm Credit of Northwest Florida, ACA. Plaintiff is ordered by 10/26/2009 to file a supplemental legal & evidentiary showing addressing the accounting and damages issues. Signed by Judge William H. Steele on 10/5/09. (tgw)
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