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August 17, 2013
The Journal

PUBLISH

(August 3, 10, 17,

2013)

STATE OF MINNESO-

TA

COUNTY OF BROWN

IN DISTRICT COURT

FIFTH JUDICIAL DIS-

TRICT

Court File No.

Case Type: Declarato-

ry Judgment

City of New Ulm, Min-

nesota,

a municipal corpora-

tion,

Plaintiff,

vs.

Randy R. Danielson;

SEK Financial, LLC, a

Minnesota limited lia-

bility company;

New Ulm Retail and

Development, LLC,

a Nevada limited liabili-

ty company;

now known as, and/or,

also known as Healing

From Bethesda, LLC,

a Nevada limited liabili-

ty company;

Clifford Strand, a/k/a

Cliff Strand;

Michael Strand, a/k/a

Mike Strand;

Wilshire Finance In-

come Fund II, LLC,

a California limited lia-

bility company;

Wilshire Finance

Partners, Inc., a Cali-

fornia corporation;

Loss Mitigation Enter-

prises, LLC;

Lance Warner; Kevin

DeMeritt; Thomas

OByron;

Thomas H. Evans and

Erma M. Evans;

Ralph Bowers and

Nancy Bowers;

Mark Isaac; Douglas

C. Cogan;

harp-zweig capital,

LLC, a California limit-

ed liability company;

THEME Family Limit-

ed Partnership;

Vetco Inc., a Nevada

corporation;

Upper Midwest

Management Com-

pany, as receiver;

and other persons or

entities claiming an in-

terest in the subject

matter of this litigation,

Defendants.

SUMMONS

THIS SUMMONS IS

DIRECTED TO: All

defendants above

named.

1. YOU ARE BEING

SUED. The Plaintiff

has started a lawsuit

against you. The

Plaintiff's Complaint

against you is at-

tached to this sum-

mons. Do not throw

these papers away.

They are official pa-

pers that affect your

rights. You must

respond to this lawsuit

even though it may not

yet be filed with the

Court and there may

be no court file number

on this summons.

2. YOU MUST REPLY

WITHIN 20 DAYS TO

PROTECT YOUR

RIGHTS. You must

give or mail to the per-

son who signed this

summons a written

response called and

Answer within 20 days

of the date on which

you received this Sum-

mons. You must send

a copy of your Answer

to the person who

signed this summons

located at: P.O. Box

214, New Ulm, MN

56073

3. YOU MUST

RESPOND TO EACH

CLAIM. The Answer

is your written

response to the

Plaintiff's Complaint.

In your Answer you

must state whether

you agree or disagree

with each paragraph of

the Complaint. If you

believe the Plaintiff

should not be given

everything asked for in

the Complaint, you

must say so in your

Answer.

4. YOU WILL LOSE

YOUR CASE IF YOU

DO NOT SEND A

WRITTEN

RESPONSE TO THE

COMPLAINT TO THE

PERSON WHO

SIGNED THIS SUM-

MONS. If you do not

Answer within 20

days, you will lose this

case. You will not get

to tell your side of the

story, and the Court

may decide against

you and award the

Plaintiff everything

asked for in the com-

plaint. If you do not

want to contest the

claims stated in the

complaint, you do not

need to respond. A de-

fault judgment can

then be entered

against you for the re-

lief requested in the

complaint.

5. LEGAL ASSIS-

TANT. You may wish

to get legal help from a

lawyer. If you do not

have a lawyer, the

Court Administrator

may have information

about places where

you can get legal as-

sistance. Even if you

cannot get legal

help, you must still

provide a written

Answer to protect

your rights or you

may lose the case.

6. ALTERNATIVE

DISPUTE RESOLU-

TION. The parties

may agree to or be or-

dered to participate in

an alternative dispute

resolution process

under Rule 114 of the

Minnesota General

Rules of Practice. You

must still send your

written response to the

complaint even if you

expect to use alterna-

tive means of resolv-

ing this dispute.

7. THIS LAWSUIT

MAY AFFECT OR

BRING INTO QUES-

TION TITLE TO

REAL PROPERTY lo-

cated in Brown Coun-

ty, State of Minnesota,

legally described as

follows:

Lots 8-12, Block 67

North of Center Street,

City of New Ulm,

Brown County, Min-

nesota.

The objects of this ac-

tion are to seek the

declaratory judgment

of the Brown County

District Court that, (a)

no Defendant has any

right, title or interest in

and to such real pro-

perty (b) no Defendant

has any right, title or

interest in and/or to

any improvements lo-

cated on such proper-

ty, and (c) no Defen-

dant has any right title

or interest under an

agreement between

Retail Investment II,

LLC and Plaintiff origi-

nally dated May 23,

2001.

NIERENGARTEN &

HIPPERT, LTD.

By Hugh T. Nierengar-

ten

Attorneys for Plaintiff

P.O. Box 214

New Ulm, MN

56073-0214

Telephone:

507-359-2991

Attorney Registration #

79157

 
 
 

 

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