The Jerry Cox receivership case was settled last week — behind closed doors and without Cox.
The receivership case was scheduled to go for two days in Mariposa County Superior Court, but it lasted for less than a day and much of what transpired happened outside of public view.
In California, a receiver is appointed by courts to handle various types of property. Most prominently those properties generate income.
But in this case, California Receivership Group (CRG) was appointed by forme...
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