Boresek v. United States Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency et al
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|June 9, 2015
Opinion and Order: Based on the lay and expert testimony in this case, I conclude that Boresek's reliance on a defective preliminary title report was commercially unreasonable, and Boresek's failure to discover the FSA lien was due to ine xcusable negligence. I also conclude that the FSA would be prejudiced by equitable subrogation. As a result, equitable subrogation is inappropriate. The marshalling issue is not ripe for adjudication. Signed on 6/9/2015 by Judge Michael J. McShane. (cp)
|September 23, 2014
ORDER: Because the United States has waived sovereign immunity as to Boresek's claim of equitable subrogation, plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment 29 is Granted, in part. Defendants' Motions for Summary Judgment 27 and 35 are Denied. Within fourteen days, the parties shall contact Charlene Pew at 541-431-4105 with proposed dates for a status conference. Signed on 9/23/2014 by Judge Michael J. McShane. (cp)
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