United States of America v. Pace Chesir et al
||United States of America
||Pace Chesir, New York State Dept. of Taxation & Finance and Morton Coleman
||June 26, 2008
||New York Eastern District Court
||Steven M. Gold
||Eric N. Vitaliano
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||U.S. Government Plaintiff
|Jury Demanded By:
||26:6702 IRS: Refund of Income Tax Penalty
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|July 25, 2011
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: The Court finds Chief Magistrate Judge Gold's R&R to be correct, comprehensive, well-reasoned, and free of any clear error. The Court, therefore, adopts the R&R in its entirety as the opinion of the Court. Accordingly, for the reasons stated in the R&R, the government is awarded $321,023.68 in unpaid assessed taxes and $392,929.58 in penalties and interest, for a total of $713,953.26. Additionally, the government is awarded additional interest on the $713,953.26, to be calculated by the Clerk of the Court at the § 6621 rate, beginning from February 5, 2010 through the date of judgment. Finally, the government's applications for an order declaring its lien and an order of foreclosure and sale are granted. Proposed orders are to be submitted promptly for the Court's consideration. Ordered by Judge Eric N. Vitaliano on 7/20/2011. (Fwd'd for judgment) (Brucella, Michelle)
|June 29, 2012
DECISION AND ORDER. See attached order for details. Ordered by Judge Eric N. Vitaliano on 6/28/2012. (Siegfried, Evan)
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