Enterprise Bank & Trust v. Vintage Ranch Investments LLC et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|July 9, 2013
ORDER that Plaintiff Yellowdog Investments, LLC's 46 Motion for Relief from Judgment as to Evelyn Hendrix only is GRANTED. Defendant/Judgment Debtor Evelyn Hendrix ONLY has satisfied, and is hereby relieved from, the April 16, 2012 Judgment entered this action. On the Court's own motion, IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the parties shall use the above caption in all future filings herein. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 7/9/2013.(LFIG)
|June 25, 2013
ORDER that Plaintiff Enterprise Bank & Trust's 44 Motion for Substitution of Non-Party is GRANTED. Plaintiff's successor in interest, Yellowdog Investments, LLC, is hereby substituted in this action and Judgment for Enterprise Bank & Trust, a Missouri chartered trust company. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 6/25/2013.(LFIG)
|April 16, 2012
FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW AND ORDER granting 37 Plaintiff's Motion for Default Judgment and granting 40 Plaintiff's Application for Attorney Fees and 38 Statement of Costs. Judgment shall be entered in favor of Plaintif f Enterprise Bank & Trust and against Defendants Vintage Ranch Investment, LLC, M. Laurin Hendrix and Evelyn Hendrix in the amount of $5,230,910.74. See PDF document for details. The Clerk is directed to enter Judgment consistent with this order. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 4/16/12. (LSP)
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