De Lage Landen Financial Services, Inc. v. Cedar Lake Oncology, LLC et al
||De Lage Landen Financial Services, Inc.
||Cedar Lake Oncology, LLC, Biloxi Radiation Oncology Center, LLC, Laurence G. Lines and Eric Dahlhauser
||December 15, 2010
||US District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi
||XX US, Outside State
||Robert H. Walker
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|October 6, 2011
JUDGMENT in favor of De Lage Landen Financial Services, Inc. against Eric Dahlhauser in the amount of $3,004,271.51, plus eighteen percent interest from the November 24, 2010 date of default. Signed by Chief District Judge Louis Guirola, Jr on 10/6/2011. (avm)
|May 24, 2011
ORDER and JUDGMENT granting 40 Motion for Judgment: ORDERED that DLL shall recover from these defendants $3,262,062.70 plus attorneys fees and costs. There is no just reason for delay, and that final judgment should be entered in favor of DeLa ge Landen Financial Services, Inc., against Cedar Lake Oncology, LLC, Biloxi Radiation Oncology Center, LLC, and Laurence G. Lines; that Cedar Lake Oncology, LLC, Biloxi Radiation Oncology Center, LLC, and Laurence G. Lines shall voluntarily surrende r possession of the equipment by 5/31/11 and waive any bonding requirement, with Cedar Lake Oncology, LLC, Biloxi Radiation Oncology Center, LLC, and Laurence G. Lines to bear all costs of DLLs repossession of the equipment; and that DeLage Landen Financial Services, Inc.s claims against Defendant Eric Dahlhauser remain pending. Signed by Chief District Judge Louis Guirola, Jr. on 5/24/11 (RLW)
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