UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. BAXLEY, II et al
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|May 1, 2014
ORDER. The Report and Recommendation (doc. 53 ) is adopted as the Order of the Court and incorporated by reference herein. The United States' Motion for Summary Judgment (doc. 39 ) is GRANTED. The United States is entitled to judgment against Defendant Milton H. Baxley II for outstanding tax liabilities in the sum of $1,515,408.19 as of December 5, 2013, plus further interest and statutory additions that continue to accrue as a matter of law. The United States is also entitled to foreclose on the tax liens and sell the Subject Property, which is located in Alachua County, at 4610 N.W. 13th Avenue, Gainesville, Florida. Defendant Milton H. Baxley II's Motion for Summary Judgment (doc. 43 ) is DENIED. The United States shall submit a proposed final judgment within fourteen (14) days. Signed by CHIEF JUDGE M CASEY RODGERS on 4/30/2014. (Proposed Final Judgment Deadline - by 5/14/2014.) (sdw)
|December 30, 2013
ORDER ADOPTING 37 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION. Plaintiff's Motion to Dismiss Counterclaim (doc. 29 ) is GRANTED. Signed by CHIEF JUDGE M CASEY RODGERS on 12/30/2013. (sdw)
|July 2, 2013
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION. Defendant's 5 Motion to Dismiss is DENIED. Defendant shall file an answer to the Complaint within fourteen (14) days of this order. (Answer due by 7/16/2013). Signed by CHIEF JUDGE M CASEY RODGERS on 7/2/2013. (sdw)
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