Farmers Bank & Trust Company v. Ameris of Arkansas LLC et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 13, 2011
ORDER, re 106 Order of Dismissal, pursuant to the parties' agreement, all accrued interest remaining in the Court's registry shall be distributed to Plaintiff Mississippi County, d/b/a Mississippi County Hospital System. Signed by Judge Brian S. Miller on 9/13/2011. (jct)
|June 1, 2011
ORDER granting 49 the County's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment. Although First Tennessee has a valid security interest in Ameris's accounts, that interest does not attach until CMS audits & finalizes payments after each fiscal year. Signed by Judge Brian S. Miller on 6/1/2011. (jct)
|October 26, 2010
ORDER, re 41 Order, directing that the funds deposited by Farmers Bank & Trust Company into the registry of the Court are to be invested in an interest-bearing account. Signed by Judge Brian S. Miller on 10/26/2010. (jct)
|October 25, 2010
ORDER denying 15 Motion to Remand to State Court filed by Mississippi County Hospital System. Farmers is directed to deposit the disputed funds into the registry of the Court, & the parties are hereby realigned as follows: Plaintiffs, Ameris of A rkansas, LLC, Ameris of Osceola LLC & Mississippi County, d/b/a Mississippi County Hospital System; Defendant, First Tennessee Bank National Association. Following receipt of the disputed funds from Farmers Bank and Trust Company, that party will be discharged from any further liability regarding the funds in the '98 and '74 accounts. Signed by Judge Brian S. Miller on 10/25/2010. (jct)
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