PUBLISHED IN THE CLAREMORE DAILY PROGRESS, CLAREMORE, OKLA., MARCH 22, 2007.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
IN AND FOR
STATE OF OKLAHOMA
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A.; Plaintiff,
JEFFREY ALLEN GREEN A/K/A JEFF GREEN AND JANE DOE, HIS SPOUSE IF MARRIED; et al. Defendants.
Case No. CJ-2006-588
Judge Dynda Post
NOTICE OF HEARING MOTION TO CONFIRM SALE
THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA TO:
Jeffrey Allen Green a/k/a Jeff Green and Jane Doe a/k/a Mrs. Green, his spouse; True Trust Mortgage
TAKE NOTICE that the Plaintiff has filed herein a Motion to Confirm Sheriff’s Sale in the above-entitled cause. That said Motion to Confirm will be heard before Judge Post in said Judge’s Courtroom of the Rogers County Courthouse on the 23rd day of April, 2007, at 9:30 o’clock, A.M. You must appear at said time and present any objections to the said sale proceedings or the Motion to Confirm Sale will be sustained and the sale confirmed.
It is so ordered this 20 day of March, 2007.
s/ Dynda Post
Kivell, Rayment and Francis
A Professional Corporation
By: s/ Jason L. Howell
Jason L. Howell, OBA #19128
Triad Center, Suite 240
7666 East 61st Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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