Judge: Land will be sold despite objections  

Trial is set for Oct. 25 At a bankruptcy hearing Feb. 19 in Jackson regarding the Evans commercial real estate fraud case, Judge Neil Olack ruled that land would be sold to generate money and federal proceedings would continue despite Mississippi Valley Title’s request to hold off until its chancery court suit could be transferred […]

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One Response to “Judge: Land will be sold despite objections  ”

  1. Mississippi Business Journal » Blog Archive » Charles Evans Jr. may be held in contempt Says:

    [...] Land will be sold despite objections * Feb. 26, 2010 [...]

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