The opinion of the court was delivered by: Morrison C. England, JR United States District Judge
ORDER PERMITTING BUYER OF BELLA VISTA PROPERTY TO POSSESS PROPERTY PENDING CONFIRMATION OF SALE
Hearing date: September 6, 2011 Defendants. Hearing time: 2:00 p.m. Hearing place: 501 I Street, Sacramento, CA Courtroom 7 decree of sale the Court previously entered in this case. The Court agrees. For the reasons given by the United States and for good cause shown, it is HEREBY ORDERED: The United States has moved for an order permitting Michael Hanley, the prospective purchaser of the real property located at 23658 Highway 299E, Bella Vista, California, 96008, to possess the property pending confirmation of the sale. The United States argues that permitting Hanley to possess the property until the Court rules on a motion to confirm the sale is reasonable and appropriate to enforce the United States' federal tax liens on the property and to carry out the decree of sale the Court previously entered in this case. The Court agrees. For the reasons given by the United States and for good cause shown, it is HEREBY ORDERED
(1) If Michael Hanley remits to the United States a cashier's check for $189,000, made out to this Court, he shall be entitled to immediately possess the real property at 23658 Highway 299E, Bella Vista, California, 96008.
(2) Michael Hanley shall have such right to possess the real property until the Court rules on the motion the United States will file to confirm the sale of the property to Michael Hanley. He shall have the right to exclude persons from the real property to the extent provided by law; however, Michael Hanley shall not have the right to exclude any officer of the United States from the real property.
(3) Unless and until the sale is confirmed, Michael Hanley shall take all reasonable steps necessary to preserve the property (including all buildings, improvements, fixtures and appurtenances on the property) in its current condition. He shall neither commit waste against the property nor cause or permit anyone else to do so. He shall neither do anything that tends to reduce the value or marketability of the property nor cause or permit anyone else to do so.
(4) If the Court enters an order denying the United States' motion to confirm the sale, Michael Hanley's right to possess the real property shall terminate immediately. In that event, the United States shall promptly provide him notice of the sale by telephone communication or otherwise, and Michael Hanley shall vacate and depart the property within 24 hours of receiving the notice.
(5) Michael Hanley shall take possession as the prospective purchaser of the real property, and not as an agent of the United States or at the direction of the United States. Michael Hanley shall have no cause of action against the United States for any event arising from his taking possession of the real property.
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