Sheriffs Sale

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Sheriffs Sale


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(70352) NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE No. CJ-90-2128 In the District Court of Oklahoma County, State of Oklahoma.

Nellie L. Sharpe, Plaintiff, vs. Deborah L. Barnett, Personal Representative, et al., Defendants.

Notice is given pursuant to Order of sale issued in this cause, directed to me to levy upon and sell with appraisement the real property set out and described on Addendum ``A'', made a part hereof, to satisfy a judgment of foreclosure against the Defendant, Deborah L. Barnett, Personal Representative of the estate of Harry L. Long, deceased and the estate of Harry L. Long, deceased, in the amount of $185,600.00, together with interest, attorney fees, abstracting expenses, and costs, and said property being appraised for $150,000.00.

ADDENDUM ``A'' Part of Government Lot 1, in the NE/4 of Section 1-12N-3W, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, more particularly described as commencing at the NE corner of said Government Lot 1, thence S 0c 05d 00e E, along the East line of said Government Lot 1, a distance of 858.60 feet, to the point or place of beginning, thence continuing S 0c 05d 00e, along the East line of said Government Lot 1, a distance of 393.60 feet to a point 15.00 feet North of the SE corner of said Government Lot 1, thence due West and parallel to the South line of said Government Lot 1, a distance of 563 feet, thence N 0c 05d 00e W and parallel to the East line of said Government Lot 1, a distance of 250 feet, thence due West and parallel to the South line of said Government Lot 1, a distance of 42 feet, thence N 0c 05d 00e W, a distance of 90 feet, thence due West a distance of 83 feet, thence N 0c 05d 00e W, a distance of 30. …

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