Sheriffs Sale

THE JOURNAL RECORD, March 18, 1988 | Go to article overview

Sheriffs Sale


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NOTICE OF SALE Case No. C-87-3497T

In the District Court in and for Cleveland County, State of Oklahoma.

Lumbermen`s Investment Corporation, Plaintiff, v. Brad R. Senters and Robin L. Senters, et al., Defendants.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the following parties: The General Public, and all parties of interest in the property below described, including, but not limited to: Brad R. Senters and Robin L. Senters, Cleveland County Treasurer, Board of County Commissioners of Cleveland County.

That on April 26th, 1988, at 10:00 o`clock a.m., at Room 120, in the Cleveland County Courthouse, the same located in Cleveland County, City of Norman, State of Oklahoma, the undersigned Sheriff will offer for sale and sell for cash at public auction to the highest and best bidder all that certain real estate and improvements (the ``Mortgaged Premises``) located in Cleveland County, Oklahoma, as follows, to-wit:

Lot Twenty-Six (26), Block Sixteen (16), SKYVIEW VILLAGE, Blocks 16 and 17, an Addition in the City of Oklahoma City, Cleveland County, State of Oklahoma, according to the recorded Plat thereof,

without derogating from the above description, the Mortgaged Premises is commonly referred to as follows:

Address: 10412 So Blackwelder, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73170.

This sale will be made pursuant to an Order of Sale in Foreclosure issued in accordance with a judgment entered in the District Court of Cleveland County, Oklahoma in the above entitled litigation.

The Mortgaged Premises will be sold according to the Journal Entry of Judgment issued therein. …

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