Drew Aparments Mortgage Holder Had Filed Foreclosure Prior to Bankruptcy

LSREF2 Baron, LLC, the holder of a mortgage on Drew Properties of Ruston, LLC, had filed a foreclosure suit against the property and its owner Doris Andrew in October of 2012, a month prior to the company’s bankruptcy filing.

See here the document.

Several apartments (located at 620 Henderson Street, Ruston) suffered extensive fire damage earlier this month, and last Thursday the entire complex was shuttered by the state fire marshal because of faulty heating equipment. Almost a hundred people were displaced, it has been reported.

Additional court documents indicate that permission has been granted by the bankruptcy court allowing Baron to sue Andrew individually. See here the documents:


Motion to Reopen

Motion for Clerk’s Entry of Default
Notice of Entry of Default
Order

3 Responses to “Drew Aparments Mortgage Holder Had Filed Foreclosure Prior to Bankruptcy”

  1. William Says:

    Sue the insurance company for damages and the city for poor inspections of the property on behalf of the displaced renters.

  2. Nancy Says:

    Yes sue the Agents of record: Gene Hastings and Doris Andrew…

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