Motion to Transfer Lien to Proceeds

5 Feb

On January 7, 2014, Joseph W. Grier, III, Receiver, filed a motion to approve a sale of a condominium known as 2222 Hickory Run. On the eve of the closing for this condominium, the Receiver discovered that a lien had been placed on the condominium, which lien ultimately caused the closing not to occur. Accordingly, the Receiver filed the Motion linked below.

Motion to Transfer Lien to Proceeds – 2222 Hickory Run Condo

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One Response to “Motion to Transfer Lien to Proceeds”

  1. Pantherfan February 10, 2014 at 4:18 pm #

    This is just totally unacceptable. How could this $500 an hour “receiver” find out at the last minute that there was a lien on the condo??? It’s hard to put into words how this receivership has “justified” their costs from the beginning and then let this happen??Unbelievable… And we’re really helpless as the courts seem to just do whatever these attorneys ask for. Receiver, take it all and get it over with!!!

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