United States of America v. Knier

Plaintiff: United States of America
Defendant: Debra J. Knier
Case Number: 1:2018cv00553
Filed: March 8, 2018
Court: Pennsylvania Middle District Court
Office: Harrisburg Office
County: York
Presiding Judge: Yvette Kane
Nature of Suit: Foreclosure
Cause of Action: 42:1471
Jury Demanded By: None

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June 21, 2018 16 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER (memorandum filed previously as separate docket entry), IT IS ORDERED THAT: 1. The United States motion 12 for default judgment is GRANTED;2. Judgment is hereby entered in favor of the United States of America and against Defendant Debra J. K nier, in the amount of $210,620.75 plus interest at the rate of $21.32 per day from August 24, 2017 until the date of this Order, and thereafter with interest thereon from the date of judgment pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1961; 3. The promi ssory note and mortgage between the United States and Debra J. Knier are foreclosed as to the property located at 3485 East Prospect Road, York, Pennsylvania 17402-8686 (the Property). In accordance with the provisions of the National Housing Act, th ere is no right of redemption in the mortgagor or any other person. 12 U.S.C § 1701(k); United States v. Forest Glen Senior Residence, 278 F. Supp. 343, 343 (D. Or. 1967); 4. The Property shall be sold according to the following: (a) The United States Marshal for the Middle District of Pennsylvania is directed to sell the Property for cash to the highest bidder at a public, judicial sale pursuant to Title 28 U.S.C. § 2001 within 180 days of the date of this Order. Notice must be given, in accordance with 28 U.S.C. § 2002, once a week for four consecutive weeks prior to the sale in one newspaper regularly issued and of general circulation in the county and judicial district where the Property is situated. To reduce the costs a nd expenses of tax sale, the United States may advertise a short description of the Property rather than a complete legal description...(c) The United States, or its nominee, is granted right of entry at reasonable times to the Property for purposes of pre-sale inspection and Marshals sale with the right to inspect the house, the books, records and accounts, all other items, things and information necessary for the inspection, advertisement and sale of the Property; and (d) Motion for confirmati on of the public sale shall be made by the Marshal or the Plaintiff to the Court thirty days after the date of sale...7. A true copy of this Order shall be delivered to the United States Marshal by the Clerk of Court...9. The Clerk is directed to administratively CLOSE this case. Signed by Honorable Yvette Kane on 6/21/18. SEE ORDER FOR COMPLETE DETAILS(rw)

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Represented By: Rebecca Ann Solarz
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