Florida Southeast Connection, LLC v. 3.370 Acres of Land, More or Less, In Polk County, Florida et al
||Florida Southeast Connection, LLC
||3.370 Acres of Land, More or Less, In Polk County, Florida, Milmack Inc., Flagler Bank and Oakwood Land Company LLP
||March 18, 2016
||US District Court for the Middle District of Florida
||Charlene Edwards Honeywell
||Thomas B. McCoun
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|May 11, 2016
ORDER: FSC's Motion for Preliminary Injunction for Immediate Possession (Doc. # 7 ) is GRANTED. Upon FSC posting a proper security bond with the Clerk of this Court in the amount agreed to by the parties, the following shall occur: a. FSC shall have immediate access to, and possession of, the Easements described in Composite Exhibit 3 to the Complaint, as amended (Doc. ## 31 , 39 ); and b. FSC may immediately begin pre-installation activities so that construction-related activities can commence by June 1, 2016, for the purposes of constructing the Project's pipelines and related facilities at the Easements described in Composite Exhibit 3 to the Complaint, as amended (Doc. ## 31 , 39 ). All pre-installation and construct ion-related activities shall be consistent with the Easements acquired by FSC and obligations agreed to by FSC as set forth in Composite Exhibit 3 to the Complaint, as amended (Doc. ## 31 , 39 ), the FERC Certificate, and all other required regulatory permits. Signed by Judge Virginia M. Hernandez Covington on 5/11/2016. (BLB)
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