Chatty Cathy Industries, Inc., Plaintiff, v. Earl Velger, Mitch Murdjeff, Et Al., Defendants

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS
DIVISION OF ST. THOMAS AND ST. JOHN

CHATTY CATHY INDUSTRIES, INC.,                 
                                                              Plaintiff,    
v.                                      

EARL VELGER, MITCH MURDJEFF,         
PINEAPPLE VILLAGE CONDOMINIUM            
ASSOCIATION, INC. AND FRANCIS         
JACKSON, JR., as successor TRUSTEE OF           
THE LIVE BY FAITH IRREVOCABLE TRUST,  
                                                             Defendants.                  

Case No. ST-15-CV-157
ACTION FOR DEBT AND FORECLOSURE OF REAL ESTATE MORTGAGE
NOTICE OF MARSHAL’S SALE        

         In compliance with a Writ of Execution issued out of the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands, Division of St. Thomas and St. John, on or about August 31, 2017, where Chatty Cathy Industries, Inc. is the Plaintiff and Earl Velger, Mitch Murdjeff, Pineapple Village Condominium Association, Inc. and Francis Jackson, Jr., as successor Trustee of the Live by Faith Irrevocable Trust are the Defendants, Civil No. ST-15-CV-157, Action for Debt and Foreclosure of Real Estate Mortgage the undersigned Office of the Virgin Islands Marshal will sell at public sale to the highest bidder on the 27th day of February, 2019 at 10:00 am, at the Office of the Virgin Islands Marshal’s Office, Farrelly Justice Center, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, the following real property:

The Unit Known at Apartment No. 4 in Building D (hereinafter called the “Unit”) in a group of Buildings known as Pineapple Village, at the property known as Parcel No. 49-1 Estate Frydendahl, No. 4 East End Quarter, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, designated and described as such in the Declaration establishing a plan for condominium ownership of said buildings and said property (hereinafter called the “Property”) made under the Condominium Act of the Virgin Islands of the United States (Chapter 33, Title 28, Virgin Islands Code), dated July 18, 1969, and recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds for St. Thomas and St. John, Virgin Islands, on July 22, 1969, in Book 10-V, Page 128, No. 254, as amended by Amendment to Declaration dated 7/26/71 and recorded 7/18/71 in Book 12-Y, Page 168, No. 1212, Certificate of Amendment to Declaration dated 2/28/96 recorded 3/4/96 in Book 46-B, Page 278, No. 195, Certificate of Amendment to Declaration dated 2/3/97 recorded 2/14/97 in Book 47-R, Page 346, no. 152, and Amendment to Declaration dated 8/12/02 recorded 1/28/03 as Doc. No. 2003000426, and as may be amended from time to time in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds for St. Thomas and St. John Virgin Islands (hereinafter called the “Declaration”).

         This judicial sale will be conducted in accordance with the provision of V.I. CODE ANN. tit. 5 § 471 et. Seq. and the terms of sale, the full text of which can be review at the Office of the Virgin Islands Marshal. The terms of the purchase include: ten percent (10%) of the purchase price which must be deposited with the Marshal’s office on or before 3:00 p.m. on the day of the sale, and, upon failure to do so, the Marshal reserves the right to award the sale to the next highest bidder, The balance of the sum bid must be paid within 30 days, or the deposit will be retained by the Marshal as and for liquidated damages and applied toward satisfaction of the Judgment for which the property is being sold, and the Marshal further reserves the right, in such event, to award the sale to the next highest bidder. All payments must be made by cash, certified check, bank check, or U.S. Postal order. Personal uncertified checks will not be accepted.             

Dated:  January 23, 2019      

LAWRENCE A. WALCOTT, JR.
Chief Marshal

Law Office of Kevin F. D’Amour
Gaylin Vogel, Esq.
5143 Palm Passage, Suite 18B & 19B
St. Thomas, VI  00802

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