USA v. Lyons et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 27, 2012
JUDGMENT in rem in favor of USA against Arkansas Child Support Enforcement Office, Judy Ann Lyons, Terry Lynne Lyons pursuant to 23 Order. Total judgment sum is $189,955.50, accrued to May 13, 2010, and interest thereafter at the daily rate of $17.53, in favor of the USA. The mortgage securing this indebtedness is foreclosed. If the indebtedness is not paid within 10 days from this date, the U.S. Marshal is directed to sell the property described herein at public auction. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/27/12. (kpr)
|September 12, 2012
ORDER granting 20 Motion for Default Judgment as to Terry Lynne Lyons, Judy Ann Lyons, his spouse, and the State of Arkansas, Office of Child Support Enforcement. The United States is directed to submit a foreclosure decree for the Court's approval and use in entering judgment in rem. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/12/12. (kpr) Modified on 9/12/2012 (kpr).
|July 3, 2012
ORDER giving the Government until August 2, 2012 to serve Terry Lynne Lyons properly; and denying 14 Motion for Default Judgment. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 7/3/12. (kpr)
|June 11, 2012
ORDER directing the United States to explain in terms of Rule of Civil Procedure 4 why good service exists on Mr. Lyons and the OCSE, supplementing the record if need be, by June 20, 2012. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 6/11/12. (kpr)
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