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United States v. Reyes

June 17, 2010

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, PLAINTIFF,
v.
DANIEL A. REYES, D.C., DEFENDANT.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Lawrence J. O'Neill United States District Judge

PETITION FOR ORDER DESIGNATING PROPERTY AND ORDER LOCATION FOR SALE OF PERSONAL

Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 3203(g)(1)(B), petitioner and judgment creditor United States of America seeks an order allowing the sale of judgment debtor Daniel A. Reyes' personal property at Custom Auction Services located at 1702 East Janelli Court, Visalia, CA 93292-6644. This petition is based on the following grounds:

1. The Clerk of this Court issued a Writ of Execution in favor of the United States (Docket Entry 12) on April 6, 2010.

2. On April 12, 2010, the United States Marshals Service levied on the property identified in the Writ (see paragraph 3, infra) and served debtor Reyes with copies of the Application for Writ of Execution, Writ of Execution, Notice of Levy, Clerk's Notice of Post-Judgment Execution/Instructions to Debtor, and form Request for Hearing on Application for Writ of Execution. The levied upon personal property (two jet skis and a trailer) had been parked on the street in front of debtor Reyes' residence.

3. The three levied upon items are described more specifically as the following:

a. 2005 Bombardie Seadoo RXT, Vehicle/Vessel License Number 4780RI, Vehicle VIN/Vessel HIN YDV23781A505;

b. 2004 Bombardie Seadoo RXP, Vehicle/Vessel License Number 4781RI, Vehicle VIN/Vessel HIM ZZN43731C404; and

c. 2005 Zeman Trailer, Vehicle/Vessel License 4GK5211, Vehicle VIN/Vessel HIM Number 1ZCS150165W323331.

4. Following the Marshals' levy and service of the documents referenced in paragraph 2, above, debtor Reyes had 20 days within which to file a request for exemptions and/or a hearing on the Application for Writ of Execution.

5. Debtor Reyes has not claimed any exemptions on the jet skis and trailer nor has he requested a hearing on the Application for Writ of Execution. The time to file exemptions or request a hearing has now expired.

6. According to 28 U.S.C. § 3203(g)(1)(B), personal property levied on "shall be offered for sale on the premises where it is located at the time of levy, at the courthouse of the county, parish or city wherein it is located, or at another location if ordered by the court."

7. Custom Auction Services is in the business of selling cars, motorcycles and other vehicles at auction. Its location and services accommodate a larger inventory of items and pool of potential buyers than would a sale at the location where the items were levied upon (a residential street) or at the courthouse.

8. Conducting a sale at an auction house is a more commercially reasonable location than the other two statutory locations. The United States submits a sale at Custom Auction Services will likely increase the chance the items are sold and if so, at a higher price than the other locations could command.

9. Custom Auction Services regularly conduct auctions at their location. If the jet skis and trailer did not sell at their initial auction, they would be pre-positioned to be ...


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