"Attorneys for Tim Durham’s Fair Finance Co. on Wednesday filed court papers saying they don’t object to putting the Akron, Ohio-based company under the control of a receiver."***
In Wednesday’s filing, attorneys with the Indianapolis office of Taft Stettinius & Hollister representing Fair and its parent—a holding company owned by Durham and fellow Indianapolis businessman Jim Cochran—denied any fraud occurred but said putting both firms into receivership nonetheless made sense.
And this from The Indianapolis Star, Receivers named for rental complexes:
Indianapolis -- Court-appointed receivers were named recently to run apartment complexes on the Westside and Southeastside taken over by lenders. Alexandra Jackiw of Buckingham Management was named receiver to run Cedars Apartments, near 34th Street and Lafayette Road. Mark Figg of NAI Olympia Partners was named receiver for Emerson Apartments, 5140 Emerson Village Place. The projects were run by corporations headed by Gustan L. Cho, Hoffman Estates, Ill.
“It is in the best interests of Fair, [its investors] and other creditors that some order and structure replace the wild speculation and reckless accusations that have permeated the environment since Fair’s offices were raided in late November,” Wednesday’s filing said.