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NOTICE Commonwealth of Kentucky Letcher Circuit Court Civil Action No. 13-CI-00135 U.S. Bank As Custodian For SASS MUNI V DTR, Assumed Name For SASS MUNI V, DTR, LLC, N/K/A MUNI V, LLC Plaintiff V. Jason Crase; Unknown Spouse of Jason Crase; Herb Crase; Unknown Spouse of Herb Crase; Unknown Occupants of The Premises, 0 Flax Hollow, Linefork, Kentucky 41833; CMH of Ky., Inc. D/B/A Clayton Homes #34 Middlesboro, Kentucky; United States of America, Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service; Green Tree Financial Corp.-Kentucky; Apex Fund Services US Inc., Custodian For Ceres Tax Receivables, LLC; Hazel Enterprises,

LLC; Commonwealth of Kentucky, County of Letcher, By And On Relation of Holly M. Johnson, Secretary of Finance And Administration Cabinet Defendants NOTICE OF MASTER COMMISSIONER SALE By virtue of a Default Judgment, Summary Judgment, and Order of Sale and Order Referring to Master Commissioner for Judicial Sale entered by the Letcher Circuit Court on August 13, 2021, the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Letcher Circuit Court will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the Letcher County Courthouse in the City of Whitesburg, Kentucky on Thursday, September 16, 2021 beginning on or about the hour of 11:00 a.m. local time and continuing until the sale is concluded to the highest bidder at public

auction, the following described real property lying in Letcher County, Kentucky: Property Address: 0 Flax Hollow Linefork, Kentucky 41833 Map ID No.: 067-00- 00-016.02 The purchaser or successful bidder can elect to pay cash at the time of said sale or at the option of the bidder on the terms of a deposit of ten percent (10%) of the purchase price with the balance on credit for thirty (30) days. If the purchase price is not paid in full, the successful bidder shall execute a bond at the time of sale with sufficient surety approved by the Master Commissioner prior to the sale to secure the unpaid balance of the purchase price. The bond shall bear interest at the rate of twelve percent (12%) interest per annum from the date of sale until paid. The sale shall be subject to the right of redemption as outlined in KRS 426.530. The real property shall be sold free and clear of all liens and encumbrances of the parties herein, except: a. All delinquent city, state and county real estate taxes due and payable for the current year that are not specifically asserted for enforcement and satisfaction from sale proceeds herein, for which the purchaser shall not take credit and all taxes due thereafter; b. Any easements, restrictions, stipulations and agreements of record; c. Any matters disclosed by an accurate survey or inspection of the property; d. Any assessments

for public improvement levied against the property; or e. Any applicable zoning regulations. f. The Right of Redemption arising under 28 U.S.C. 2410, held by the United States of America. The indebtedness involved in this action is $12,409.69 as of June 28, 2021 which constitutes principal in the amount of $1,240.82 pursuant to KRS 134.452(1); interest in the amount of $1,930.32, which constitutes accrual at 12%, twelve percent, per annum, with the monthly interest accruing at a rate of $12.41 per month until paid pursuant to KRS 134.452(2); its reasonable attorneys’ fees; costs in the amount of $1,771.23; administrative fees in the amount of $115.00 pursuant to KRS 134.452(4) for each certificate; the cost of this action and its costs herein expended, including the cost of the sale. Health and safety measures to include social distancing and the use of facial coverings over the nose and mouth will be required at all sales. DATED this 20th day of August, 2021. Daniel F. Dotson Master Commissioner Letcher Circuit Court _________________ NOTICE Commonwealth of Kentucky Letcher Circuit Court Civil Action No. 19-CI-00271 Federation of Appalachian Housing Enterprises, Inc. Plaintiff V. Danny Ray Caudill, III; Letcher County, Kentucky

Defendants NOTICE OF MASTER COMMISSIONER SALE By virtue of a Summary and Order of Sale and Order Referring to Master Commissioner for Judicial Sale entered by the Letcher Circuit Court on August 13, 2021, the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Letcher Circuit Court will offer for sale at the courthouse door of the Letcher County Courthouse in the City of Whitesburg, Kentucky on Thursday, September 16, 2021 beginning on or about the hour of 11:15 a.m. local time and continuing until the sale is concluded to the highest bidder at public auction, the following described real property lying in Letcher County, Kentucky: Lot No. 2 A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being on the waters of Rockhouse Creek of the North Fork of the Kentucky River in Letcher County, Kentucky, near the Letcher School being more particularly described as follows: NOTE: All corner monuments referred to herein as “an iron pin” is a 1/2” x 18 (minimum) steel rebar with a yellow plastic cap stamped “PLS 2954”. All bearings herein are referenced to magnetic north as observed on March 25, 2000. Beginning on an iron pin set at the northeast corner of Lot No. 1 and being a corner to Mary Carolyn Blair’s Road Easement (D.B. 284, P. 348); thence, with the said Lot No. 1, S 71 d. 03’ 48” W 118.84 feet to an iron pin set, being a corner to Lots No. 1, 3 and 4; thence, with Lot No. 3, N 27 d. 31’ 10” W 170.73 feet to an iron pin set on line of Mary Carolyn Blair (D.B. 284, P. 348); thence with said Blair’s line, N 58 d. 15’ 12” E 40.40 feet to an iron pin set at the intersection of Mary Carolyn Blair’s line and the aforesaid Road Easement; thence, with said Road Easement, S 47 d. 47’ 07” E 202.97 feet to the point of beginning. Containing 0.31 acre, more or less, according to a survey by Jerry Ingram, PLS No. 2954 conducted on December 1, 2001. There is hereby granted a right of use of all road easements as shown on Plat of Survey conducted by Jerry Ingram, PLS No. 2954 dated December 1, 2001. This conveyance is subject to certain restrictions that shall be deemed permanent and a covenant running with the land to the full extent as stated herein. Said restrictions are as follows: 1. A minimum of five (5’) feet shall be maintained between any structure on a lot and all lot lines. 2. Any out buildings must be located behind the front line of the house on lot (i.e. to the sides or behind

the house). 3. All lots shall be used for residential purposes only. 4. Trash, rubbish, junk cards, used trailers, used appliances, and other waste shall not be allowed to accumulate on lot. 5. No advertising signs shall be displayed on the property. 6. The house shall be the principle residence of the owner. 7. Grass and shrubbery shall be neatly trimmed at all times. In winter, snow and ice shall be kept removed from walkways and steps. 8. The property shall remain as housing for low income families (not to exceed 80% of the county median income) for a period of 40 years or length of mortgage, whichever is greater, from the date of the original deed. 9. HOMES, Inc. shall be given the first opportunity to purchase property should owner liquidate the property for any reason for a period of 40 years from the date of the original deed in order that the property remain for low income housing. Being the same property conveyed to Danny Ray Caudill, III and Charity Ann Caudill, husband and wife, by deed dated December 21, 2001, and of record in Deed Book 357, Page 288, in the Letcher County Court Clerk’s Office. Charity Ann Caudill having died on February 26, 2016 and by virtue of the right of survivorship clause in the aforesaid deed, all right, title and interest conveyed to Danny Ray Caudill, III. Property Address: 32 Noah’s Drive Jeremiah, KY 41826 The property shall be sold as a whole, together with all improvements, free and clear of any and all right, title and interest of the parties to this action but it shall be sold subject to: a. Easements, restrictions, and stipulations of record affecting said property. b. Any easements for public improvements levied against the property. c. Any matters disclosed by an accurate survey or inspection of the property. The purchaser or successful bidder can elect to pay cash at the time of said sale or at the option of the bidder on the terms of a deposit of ten percent (10%) of the purchase price, payable in cash, certifi ed funds or by other immediately verifiable and collectible medium of exchange acceptable to the Master Commissioner, with the balance on credit for thirty (30) days. If the purchase price is not paid in full, the successful bidder shall execute a bond at the time of sale with suffi cient surety approved by the Master Commissioner prior to the sale to secure the unpaid balance of the purchase price. The bond shall bear interest at

the rate of twelve percent (12%) interest per annum from the date of sale until paid and said bond shall have the same force and effect as a judgment and shall remain and be a lien on the subject property until the purchase price therefore is fully paid. The successful bidder at said sale shall, at such bidder’s own expense, carry fire and extended insurance coverage on said improvements from the date of sale until the purchase price is fully paid, in the amount of the Court appraised value of said improvements or the amount of the unpaid balance of the purchase price, whichever is less, at a minimum, with a loss payable clause to the Master Commissioner of the Letcher Circuit Court and Plaintiff. Failure of the purchaser to obtain such insurance shall not affect the validity of the sale or the purchaser’s liability thereunder, but shall entitle, but not require, Plaintiff to obtain said insurance and furnish the policy or premium thereon and the proper portion thereof shall be charged to the purchaser as purchaser’s costs. The purchaser shall be required to assume and pay all taxes or assessments upon the subject property for the current tax year and all subsequent years. The subject property shall otherwise be sold free and clear of any right, title or interest of all parties to the action and all liens and encumbrances thereon, excepting easements and restrictions of record in the Letcher County Clerk’s Office and such right of redemption as may exist in favor of Defendant(s). The indebtedness involved in this action is the principal balance of first mortgage $36,481.16; together

with accrued interest thereon at the rate of 0.00 percent per annum from the date of default until paid which as of July 20, 2021 totaled Zero and 00/100 Dollars ($0.00) and which continues to accrue at the rate of $0.00 per diem; escrow deficiency which as of July 20, 2021 totaled One Thousand One Hundred Thirty- Two and 23/100 Dollars ($1,132.23); late fees which as of July 20, 2021 totaled Three Hundred Thirteen and 00/100 ($313.00); fees including but not limited to a release fee of Forty-Six and 00/100 Dollars ($46.00); and the principal balance of Second Mortgage of Twenty-Two Thousand Nine Hundred Eighty-Six and 00/100 ($22,986.00); fees including but not limited to a release fee of Forty-Six and 00/100 ($46.00); and any advancements pursuant to KRS 426.525; costs herein expended to include a reasonable attorney’s fee in accord with the terms of the said Note, Mortgage and KRS 411.195 per Affidavit of the Plaintiff’s attorney which as of July 20, 2021 totaled Four Thousand Two Hundred Ninety-Three and 56/100 Dollars ($4,293.56), subject to supplementation in accord with the terms of the above-referenced agreements and KRS 411.195; jurisdiction is retained to adjudicate the question of FAHE’s right to recover further attorneys’ fees and advances; the cost of this action and its costs herein expended, including the cost of the sale. Health and safety measures to include social distancing and the use of facial coverings over the nose and mouth will be required at all sales. DATED this 20th day of August, 2021. Daniel F. Dotson Master Commissioner Letcher Circuit Court

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