As seasonal campers return to the recreational vehicle park at Maine’s York Beach, the foreclosure sale of Flagg’s RV Resort is still planned. Seacoastonline.com reported that the proceedings are now scheduled for 9 a.m. on June 20, according to an attorney for the mortgage company. Flaggs is owned by Morgan RV Resorts.
“The foreclosure sale is going forward,” said Alan Mills, of Indianapolis, Ind., an attorney representing the mortgage holder. Mills said he believed the sale would be held on-site. The sale originally was scheduled to take place March 22.
Seacoastonline.com reported that the day before the scheduled foreclosure, Flagg’s RV Resort LLC obtained a 60-day emergency restraining order in York County Superior Court to temporarily stop the sale, according to court records. Attorneys in the case spoke with a superior court judge via a conference call the week of May 27, according to Mills.
Neither Mills nor Flagg’s attorney David Pierson of Eaton Peabody in Portland said he could comment on what took place during the conference call.
“The foreclosure sale is going forward,” said Alan Mills, of Indianapolis, Ind., an attorney representing mortgage holder MLCFC 2007-9 ACR Master SPE, a Delaware limited liability company.
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