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17566550Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico Tribunal de Primera Instancia Centro Judicial de San Juan Sala Superior 807NORMA RAMIREZDELGADOPeticionariaEX PARTECivil Num.:SJ2018CV08360, Sobre: Cartas Testamentarias. EMPLAZAMIENTO POR EDICTO. Estados Unidos de America, El Presidente de los Estados Unidos, El Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto RicoA: ACREEDORES DE JERÓNIMO ANDINORIVERASegún Resolución que emitió el Tribunal de Primera Instancia Sala Superior de San Juan en el caso Civil Núm.: SJ2019CV0860, por la presente se hace saber a los acreedores del fenecido Sr. Jerónimo Andino Rivera que cualquier reclamación en contra de dicho finado, debe ser presentada por correo a la albacea de la Sucesión Andino Rivera, La Sra. Norma Ramírez Delgado, Condominio Segovia Apto. 508, Calle S. Cuevas Bustamante #650, San Juan, P.R. 00918-3758 o a su abogado el Lcdo. Cristino Agoto Reyes, y deben ser enviadas a la siguiente dirección postal: PO BOX 9020459, San Juan, P.R. 00902-0459. Toda reclamación debe realizarse bajo juramento y debe presentarse junto con los comprobantes correspondientes. De necesitar información adicional pueden comunicarse al teléfono: (787) 356-0376. EXTENDIDO BAJO MI FIRMA y el Sello del Tribunal, hoy dia 15 de noviembre de 2019. Griselda Rodríguez Collado, Secretaria Regional. Secretario. Kendra L. Concepción López, Secretaría de Servicios a Sala87167327In The United States District Court For The District Of Puerto Rico. Roosevelt Cayman Asset Company II Plaintiff vs. Yariza Ramos Soto a/k/a Yaritza Ramos Soto Defendants. Civil No.: 15-2874 (DRD) Re: Collection of Money, Foreclosure Notice Of Sale To: Yariza Ramos Soto a/k/a Yaritza Ramos Soto Defendant, any other party with interest over the property mentioned below, and, GENERAL PUBLIC. WHEREAS: Judgment was entered in favor of plaintiff to recover from defendants the sum of $138,413.79 of principal, accrued interest of 7.750% from January, 2015 until the date of the sale or until payment in full, accrued late charges, and any disbursements made by plaintiff on behalf of defendant in accordance with the mortgage deed, plus costs, and $14,099.67 in attorney fees. The records of the case and of these proceedings may be examined by interested parties at the Office of the Clerk of the United States District Court, Room 150 Federal Office Building, 150 Chardón Avenue, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. WHEREAS: Pursuant to the terms of the aforementioned Judgment, Order of Execution, and Writ of Execution thereof, the undersigned Special Master was ordered to sell at public auction for U.S. currency in cash or certified check without appraisement or right of redemption to the highest bidder and at the office of the Clerk of this Court, Room 150, Federal Office Building, 150 Chardon Avenue, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico , to cover the sums adjudged to be paid to the plaintiff, the following property: Urb. Levittown, 42 N Luisa St., Toa Baja, PR 00949 URBANA: Solar marcado con el número cuarentidos, bloque N, situado en la Urbanización Levittown, barrio Sabana Seca de Toa Baja, con un área de trescientos cincuenta y seis metros cuadrados con cincuenta centímetros cuadrados. En lindes por el NORTE, en veintitrés metros, con el número cuarenta y tres; por el SUR, en veintitrés metros, con el Paseo Colector; por el ESTE, en quince metros cincuenta centímetros, con el Paseo Colector y la calle Luisa Este; y por el OESTE, en quince metros cincuenta centímetros, con el solar número cuarenta y siete. Recorded at page 107 of volume 213 of Toa Baja, property number 6,994, Property Registry of Puerto Rico at Bayamón, Section II. Plaintiff's mortgage was constituted by deed number 170, executed on May 28th, 2004 before Notary Public Ivonne Vergne López in San Juan, Puerto Rico, recorded at page 57 of volume 548 of Toa Baja, property number 6,994, Property Registry of Puerto Rico at Bayamón, Section II. The Note and Mortgage were modified on April 29th, 2011 to decrease principal amount to $140,996.73, plus interest rate of 5.038% per annum from June 1st, 2011 to May 1st, 2012 with payments on interest only; at an annual rate of 7.750% from June 1st, 2012 to May 1st, 2013 with payments on interest only and at an annual rate of 7.750% from June 1st, 2013 until full payment, plus a last payment of $8,641.40 with payment on principal and interest, plus the amount of $14,099.67 for attorney’s fees and costs, by means of the modification deed number 91 executed by defendants before Notary Public Fernando L. Meléndez López. Recorded at page 57 of volume 548, of Toa Baja, property number 6,994, Property Registry of Puerto Rico at Bayamón, Section II. WHEREAS: This property is subject to the following liens described in the Spanish language: PRIOR LIENS: NONE JUNIOR LIENS: NONE Potential bidders are advised to verify the extent of preferential liens with the holders thereof. It shall be understood that each bidder accepts as sufficient the title and that prior and preferential liens to the one being foreclosed upon, including but not limited to any property tax, liens, (express, tacit, implied or legal) shall continue in effect it being understood further that the successful bidder accepts them and is subrogated in the responsibility for the same and that the bid price shall not be applied toward their cancellation. THEREFORE, the FIRST public sale shall be held on the 14 DAY OF JANUARY, 2020, AT 10:00 AM. The minimum bid that will be accepted is the sum of $140,996.73. In the event said first auction does not produce a bidder and the property is not adjudicated, a SECOND public auction shall be held on the 21 DAY OF JANUARY, 2020, AT 10:00 AM, and the minimum bid that will be accepted is the sum $93,997.92, which is two-thirds of the amount of the minimum bid for the first public sale. If a second auction does not result in the adjudication and sale of the property, a THIRD public auction will be held on the 28 DAY OF JANUARY, 2020, AT 10:00 AM, and the minimum bid that will be accepted is the sum of $70,498.36, which is one-half of the minimum bid in the first public sale. Should there be no award or adjudication at the third public sale, the property may be awarded to the creditor for the entire amount of its debt if it is equal to or less than the amount of the minimum bid of the third public sale, crediting this amount to the amount owed if it is greater. Art. 104 of the Real Estate Registry of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Act (Ley del Registro de la Propiedad Inmobiliaria del Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico), PR Law 210 of December 8, 2015. The Special Master shall not accept in payment of the property to be sold anything but United States currency or certified checks, except in case the property is sold and adjudicated to the plaintiff, in which case the amount of the bid made by said plaintiff shall be credited and deducted from its credit; said plaintiff being bound to pay in cash or certified check only any excess of its bid over the secured indebtedness that remains unsatisfied. WHEREAS: For the information of the defendant and any person or persons who have any interest recorded after the lien that is being executed, and to inform all bidders and the general public, this notice will be published FOUR (4) consecutive weeks, with an interval of at least seven days between each publications in a newspaper of general circulation in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and will also be fixed at three (3) public places in the municipality in which the sale will be held, such as the Town Hall, the Court House and the Collectorship (Colecturía). WHEREAS: Said sale to be made by the Special Master subject to confirmation by the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico and the deed of conveyance and possession to the property will be executed and delivered only after such confirmation. Upon confirmation of the sale, an order shall be issued cancelling all junior liens. For further particulars, reference is made to the judgment entered by the Court in this case, which can be examined in the Office of Clerk of the United States District Court, District of Puerto Rico. In San Juan, Puerto Rico, this 16th day of November, 2019. By: Pedro A. Vélez-Baerga, Esq. Special Master 787-672-8269 specialmasterpr@gmail.com.87167328In The United States District Court For The District Of Puerto Rico. Roosevelt Cayman Asset Company II Plaintiff vs. Ariel Francisco Alicea Jimenez; His Wife Mayda Yvette Padin Olavarria a/k/a Mayda Ivette Padin Olavarria And The Conjugal Partnerhip Between Them Defendants. Civil No.: 16-1868 DRD Re: Collection of Money, Foreclosure Notice Of Sale To: Ariel Francisco Alicea Jimenez; His Wife Mayda Yvette Padin Olavarria a/k/a Mayda Ivette Padin Olavarria And The Conjugal Partnerhip Between Them Defendant, any other party with interest over the property mentioned below, and General Public. WHEREAS: Judgment was entered in favor of plaintiff to recover from defendants the sum of $209,249.27 of principal, accrued interest of 4.875% from November, 2014 until the date of the sale or until payment in full, accrued late charges, and any disbursements made by plaintiff on behalf of defendant in accordance with the mortgage deed, plus costs, and $22,680.00 in attorney fees. The records of the case and of these proceedings may be examined by interested parties at the Office of the Clerk of the United States District Court, Room 150 Federal Office Building, 150 Chardón Avenue, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico. WHEREAS: Pursuant to the terms of the aforementioned Judgment, Order of Execution, and Writ of Execution thereof, the undersigned Special Master was ordered to sell at public auction for U.S. currency in cash or certified check without appraisement or right of redemption to the highest bidder and at the office of the Clerk of this Court, Room 150, Federal Office Building, 150 Chardon Avenue, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico , to cover the...

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