The SEC's amended complaint charges all three defendants with violating the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and seeks a final judgment
ordering Roger Shaoul and Cluff to disgorge their allegedly ill-gotten gains with interest and ordering all defendants to pay penalties and be permanently enjoined from future violations.
A party is not entitled to any credits or setoffs upon the sale of the marital home unless the parties' settlement agreement, final judgment
of dissolution of marriage, or final judgment
equitably distributing assets or debts specifically provides that certain credits or setoffs are allowed or given at the time of sale.
This resulted in the Civil Court awarding a final judgment
of possession to the owner, but staying issuance of the warrant of eviction so that the tenant would be permitted a further opportunity to cure her default; that is, the tenant would be given yet another chance to renew.
The Final Judgment
followed prior written Court decisions in which Judge Margaret Hinkle:
The SEC obtained a final judgment
against Ryan Petersen, the former chief executive officer of OCZ Technology Group Inc.
The trial court then entered a final judgment
of dissolution, after the wife testified under oath that she was not coerced, and that the marital property had been divided.
The Court recognized the overwhelming proofs produced by the owner in awarding a final judgment
of possession from the bench.
After acknowledging that legal ownership of the funds was not determined until the final judgment
by the appeals court--more than two years after the escrow had been created--the Service abruptly concluded that B would be taxed on the income while the funds were in escrow.
In the final judgment
, signed on February 1st, 2010, the District Court for the Eastern District of Texas awarded enhanced damages for willful infringement of $4.
1997), the Second DCA said "fees are not precluded for a proceeding to vacate a final judgment
of dissolution and property settlement agreement because the attorneys' fees provision in chapter 61, Florida Statutes, is to be 'liberally--not restrictively--construed.
1986),(6) the Florida Supreme Court has held that a motion for attorneys' fees filed two months after entry of final judgment
The Appellate Term unanimously agreed, reversed and awarded a final judgment
of possession to the owner.