946 F.2d 103 (10th Cir. 1991), 90-6276, Resolution Trust Corp. v. Mustang Partners
|Citation:||946 F.2d 103|
|Party Name:||RESOLUTION TRUST CORPORATION, in its capacity as Conservator for Savers Savings Association, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. MUSTANG PARTNERS, a Missouri Limited Partnership, Defendant-Appellant, v. RESOLUTION TRUST CORPORATION, in its capacity as Receiver for Savers Federal Savings and Loan Association, Third-Party-Defendant-Appellee.|
|Case Date:||August 06, 1991|
|Court:||United States Courts of Appeals, Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit|
Publication Ordered Sept. 26, 1991.
Ricki V. Sonders of Edwards, Sonders & Propester, Oklahoma City, Okl., for plaintiff-appellee Resolution Trust Corp. as Conservator for Savers Sav. Ass'n.
T.P. Howell, IV of Edwards, Sonders & Propester, Oklahoma City, Okl., for third-party-defendant-appellee Resolution Trust Corp. as Receiver for Savers Federal Sav. and Loan Ass'n.
Kelley L. Cornelius, Oklahoma City, Okl., for defendant-appellant.
Before LOGAN, MOORE and BALDOCK, Circuit Judges.
After examining the briefs and appellate record, this panel has determined unanimously that oral argument would not materially assist the determination of this appeal. See Fed.R.App.P. 34(a); 10th Cir.R. 34.1.9. The case is therefore ordered submitted without oral argument.
Defendant Mustang Partners (Mustang) appeals the district court's order of July 27, 1990, in favor of the plaintiff Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC-conservator), in its capacity as conservator for Savers Savings
Association (SSA), allowing RTC-conservator to have and recover judgment on certain promissory notes and to foreclose certain mortgages. Mustang also appeals the district court's order of July 17, 1990, granting summary judgment to counterclaim defendant Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC-receiver), in its capacity as receiver for Savers Federal Savings and Loan Association (Savers) and against Mustang on Mustang's counterclaims. On appeal, Mustang specifically asserts: (1) The district court abused its discretion in finding that Mustang was in default under the terms of the promissory notes, and (2) Mustang should be allowed to assert its counterclaims against RTC-receiver. 1 We affirm.
In December 1985, Mustang executed and delivered two loan agreements, three promissory notes, and two leasehold mortgages to Savers. The notes, one in the amount of $4,175,000.00 (note # 1), one in the amount of $508,218.56 (note # 2), and one in the amount of $200,000.00 (note # 3), were secured by leasehold mortgages on Mustang's interest in an apartment complex. On August 29, 1988, Savers filed suit in Oklahoma state court to obtain a judgment on the notes and to foreclose on the leasehold mortgages. Subsequent to filing suit, on February 10, 1989, Savers was placed in the conservatorship of the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC). On March 10, 1989, FSLIC removed the state court action to the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma.
On October 5, 1989, Savers' conservatorship was replaced with a receivership and plaintiff Resolution Trust Corporation was named as receiver. The Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) immediately chartered Savers Savings Association appointing RTC as conservator of the new entity. On October 16, 1989, the district court substituted RTC-conservator as the plaintiff, and...
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