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« Reply #1360 on: June 26, 2018, 10:05:45 PM »

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Bellot
v.
Marine Surveys, LLC.
Civil Action No. 6:15-cv-00140.
United States District Court, W.D. Louisiana, Lafayette Division.

April 21, 2016.
JUDGMENT
CAROL B. WHITEHURST, Magistrate Judge.

Before the Court is Marine Surveys, LLC ("Marine Surveys") Motion For New Trial And/Or Alter And/Or Amend Judgment And Request For Oral Arguments [Rec. Doc. 77] and Plaintiff, Steven Bellot's, Opposition thereto [Rec. Doc. 81]. The Court has previously indicated that Oral Argument will not be necessary. R. 82.

I. Background
This matter was brought before the Court upon consent of the parties for a non-jury trial on February 1, 2016. After thorough consideration of the testimony and the evidence, on February 11, 2016, the Court entered judgment in favor of Plaintiff, Steven Bellot, and against defendant, Marine Surveys LLC for damages in the sum of $107,300.38 in unpaid wages. R. 76. Marine Surveys timely filed this Motion on March 10, 2016, 28 days later.

II. Legal Standard
Rule 59(a)(1)(B) specifies that following a non-jury trial, a motion for new trial may be advanced "for any reason for which a rehearing has heretofore been granted in a suit in equity in federal court." Fed. R. Civ. 59(a)(1)(B). "Motions for a new trial or to alter or amend a judgment must clearly establish either a manifest error of law or fact or must present newly discovered evidence. These motions cannot be used to raise arguments which could, and should, have been made before the judgment issued. Moreover, they cannot be used to argue a case under a new legal theory." Naquin v. Elevating Boats, L.L.C., 2016 WL 1138516, at *4 (5th Cir. 2016) (quoting Simon v. United States, 891 F.2d 1154, 1159 (5th Cir. 1990)). A "manifest error" is one that "is plain and indisputable, and that amounts to a complete disregard of the controlling law." Bank One, Texas, N.A. v. FDIC, 16 F. Supp. 2d 698, 713 (N.D. Tex.1998) ("a manifest error is an obvious mistake or departure from the truth"). On these grounds, the Fifth Circuit has recognized that a new trial may be warranted when "the verdict is against the weight of the evidence, the damages awarded are excessive, the trial was unfair, or prejudicial error was committed in its course." Smith v. Transworld Drilling Co., 773 F.2d 610, 613 (5th Cir. 1985) (citations omitted).

Thus, "[c]ourts do not grant new trials unless it is reasonably clear that prejudicial error has crept into the record or that substantial justice has not been done, and the burden of showing harmful error rests on the party seeking new trial." Sibley v. Lemaire, 184 F.3d 481, 487 (5th Cir. 1999). The decision whether to grant a new trial under Rule 59(a) is left to the sound discretion of the trial judge, and the court's authority is large. In re Omega Protein, Inc., No. 04CV2071, 2007 WL 1974309, *2 (W.D. La. July 2, 2007) (citing Gasperini v. Center for Humanities, Inc., 518 U.S. 415. 433 (1996)).

III. Analysis
Marine Surveys first contends that the Court should deduct from Plaintiff's Judgment the amount of $18,638.15 in state, federal, social security and Medicare taxes ("Payroll taxes") it paid on behalf of Plaintiff in 2014. Marine Surveys cites trial Exhibits 1(a)-(e), 2 and 16.

In entering the February 11, 2016 Judgment, the Court considered that Plaintiff conceded at trial that he received $54,050.00, which represented a partial payment of his gross salary, as provided in Exhibit 2. While there was testimony from Plaintiff and Marianne Voorhies that Payroll taxes were not always deducted,[1] the Court considered Exhibit 2 and Exhibit 16 evidencing Payroll deductions from the checks issued in Exhibits 1 (a)-(e) as well as deductions from Marine Surveys' bank account. Based on the foregoing evidence, the Judgment reflected a full credit to Marine Surveys of $54,050.00, the net amount of Plaintiff's partial earnings plus $18,638.15 in Payroll taxes Plaintiff now requests.[2] Thus, Marine Surveys' argument is moot, as the Court has already credited Marine Surveys the amount requested in the motion.

Marine Surveys further contends that the Judgment should be credited with the amounts of "loans" and "advances" made to Plaintiff from 2011 through 2014 in the amount of $27,241.69. Marine Surveys concedes that the Judgment reflects credit for loans/advances in the amount of $13,500.00, as evidenced in Exhibits 4(a)-(f), but asserts that the Court should also recognize credit for the remaining amount of $13,741.69 as provided in Exhibits 5 and 7(a)-(g).

The Court held that because Plaintiff conceded he had received loans in the amount of $13,500.00, as evidenced by Exhibits 4(a)-(f), the Judgment would reflect such credit. As to the remaining contentions, the Court held a full, evidentiary bench trial in which it thoroughly examined and considered the cited exhibits introduced at trial in its ruling. The Court held that Marine Surveys failed to prove that the amounts for which it now requests credit were either not re-paid by Plaintiff through various payroll deductions, or were not loans (the Court finding they "were more akin to gifts"). R. 76. Marine Surveys now asks that the Court change its mind—which the Court will not do.

In its next contention, Marine Surveys states, "[a]s undersigned counsel appreciated this Court's verbal ruling, the Court's calculations included $2,850.00 for the first half of December of 2013." R. 77. Marine Surveys then correctly states that Plaintiff did not challenge that he was paid his salary, $2850.00, for the first half of December of 2013. Id. Marine Surveys is not correct, however, in asserting that the Court should deduct the $2850.00 from the Judgment. Because Plaintiff did not contest that he was paid for the first half of December, 2013, he did not include that amount in Exhibit 31, which the Court held correctly represented the amount of salary owed to Plaintiff.[3] As the Court did not include any amount of unpaid salary owed for the first half of December, 2013 in its Judgment, there is nothing to deduct.

Finally Marine Surveys contends that the Court should re-consider the checks evidenced in Exhibits 7(b)-(g) and find that they were "loans." Marine Surveys attaches a newly produced affidavit of a bank employee, and states that it "did not know it was necessary to present contrary evidence [to the evidence adduced by Plaintiff]." R. 77. Marine Surveys also contends that the Court should find that it paid ½ of $7,908.94, or $3954.47, in health insurance premiums on behalf of Plaintiff during his employment. Marine Surveys again attaches a newly produced affidavit from its health care provider in support of its re-assertion that Marine Survey should receive a reduction in the Judgment for the medical insurance payments.[4] R. 77-2, 77-3.

A Rule 59(e) motion calls into question the correctness of a judgment. Templet v. Hydrochem, Inc., 367 F.3d 473, 478 (5th Cir. 2004). Because of the interest in finality, Rule 59(e) motions may only be granted if the moving party shows there was a mistake of law or fact or presents newly discovered evidence that could not have been discovered previously. Id. at 478-79. Moreover, Rule 59 motions should not be used to relitigate old matters, raise new arguments, or submit evidence that could have been presented earlier in the proceedings. See id. at 479; Rosenblatt v. United Way of Greater Houston, 607 F.3d 413, 419 (5th Cir. 2010)("a motion to alter or amend the judgment under Rule 59(e) `must clearly establish either a manifest error of law or fact or must present newly discovered evidence' and `cannot be used to raise arguments which could, and should, have been made before the judgment issued'").

Marine Surveys' motion for new trial does not establish a manifest error of law or fact, or present newly discovered evidence. Rather, after the Court has ruled, Marine Surveys is seeking a second opportunity to present evidence on a point on which the evidence at trial resulted in a finding against it. Marine Surveys' newly produced affidavits are inadmissible as they could, and should, have been introduced at trial before the Judgment issued. A Rule 59 motion "is not the proper vehicle for rehashing evidence, legal theories, or arguments that could have been offered or raised before the entry of judgment." Templet at 478-79. The Court finds that Marine Surveys' has failed to raise any ground upon which its motion should be granted. Accordingly,

IT IS ORDERED that the Motion For New Trial filed by Marine Surveys is DENIED.

THUS DONE AND SIGNED at Lafayette, Louisiana, this 21st day of April, 2016.

[1] Voorhies testified that although she computed Payroll taxes on Plaintiff's later earnings unpaid by Marine Surveys, she never sent payment of those deductions to "the governing agencies."

[2] Upon reviewing the transcript of its finding of facts and conclusions of law, the Court inadvertently misstated that the "$54,050.00 represented some payments of Plaintiff's base salary minus Payroll tax withholdings" when in fact it included the $18,638.15 in Payroll tax deductions. Nonetheless, the amount of the Judgment reflected the Court's deduction of the full $54,050.00 from the $175,300.00 Marine Surveys owed Plaintiff in unpaid payroll checks.

[3] Plaintiff's Exhibit 31, which defense counsel corrected and confirmed with Plaintiff on cross examination, provides that Marine Surveys failed to pay Plaintiff's salary from mid-2013 through December, 2014. P's Exh. 31.

[4] The trial testimony stated instances in which Marine Surveys failed to pay its share of Bellot's health insurance premiums and lapses in coverage occurred. At trial, Marine Surveys provided no evidence other than Voorhies' testimony that it paid health insurance premiums during the months it did not issue Bellot a payroll check.
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« Reply #1361 on: June 26, 2018, 10:11:12 PM »

https://louisianarecord.com/stories/510958175-marine-equipment-alleges-multiple-entities-owe-more-than-400-000

Marine equipment alleges multiple entities owe more than $400,000
By The Louisiana Record | Jul 12, 2016

LAFAYETTE — A Houston marine equipment provider is suing multiple defendants, alleging they owe more than $400,000.

Seismic Equipment Solutions II LP filed a lawsuit June 27 in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana Lafayette Division against Marine Surveys LLC, John D. Sivetti, Mariane P. Silvetti Voorhies, Alternative Positioning Services LLC and The JD Silvetti Group of Companies, alleging breach of maritime contract and default in payment.

According to the complaint, on May 8, 2014, Seismic Equipment entered into a master equipment lease agreement, for the defendants to lease the plaintiff's offshore seismic related equipment for a daily rate of $427.50 for the first six months and $475 daily rental rate thereafter.

As of May 3, the suit says, the defendants owe lease payments totaling $344,477.50, plus interest. To date, the lawsuit states, Seismic Equipment has not receive payment for the past due lease payments as well as the return of the equipment worth $137,000.

The plaintiff alleges the allegedly failed and has refused to pay the past lease amounts due and has never returned the seismic equipment.

Seismic Equipment Solutions seeks a trial by jury, the past lease amounts due, the stipulated value of the lost seismic equipment, interest, costs and all other relief as the court deems just. It is represented by attorney Mark L. Ross of Lafayette.

U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana Lafayette Division Case number 6:16-cv-00918
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« Reply #1362 on: June 26, 2018, 10:14:45 PM »

https://dockets.justia.com/docket/louisiana/lamdce/3:2017mc00069/51260

SummitBridge Credit Investments IV LLC v. OSV Determination, L.L.C. et al
Plaintiff: SummitBridge Credit Investments IV LLC
Defendant: Alternative Positioning Solutions, L.L.C., Marine Surveys, L.L.C., OSV Determination, OSV Determination, L.L.C., John David Silvetti and Silvetti Marine Services, L.L.C.
Case Number: 3:2017mc00069
Filed: May 17, 2017
Court: Louisiana Middle District Court
Office: Baton Rouge Office
Presiding Judge: Shelly D. Dick
Referring Judge: Erin Wilder-Doomes
Nature of Suit: Other
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« Reply #1363 on: June 26, 2018, 10:27:56 PM »

Couldn't copy from the pdf very well, so see the document for more info.

http://bankrupt.com/misc/lawb15-51133.pdf

United States Bankruptcy Court
Western District of Louisiana
Voluntary Petition

OSV Determination, LLC

Estimated assets: $0 to $50,000

Estimated liabilities: $1,000,001 to 10 million

Debtor: John D. Silvetti, II - Manager
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« Reply #1364 on: June 26, 2018, 11:00:17 PM »

https://coraweb.sos.la.gov/commercialsearch/commercialsearch.aspx

Active records are shown in Bold.
Total Results: 12
Name   Affiliation   City   Detail
SILVETTI, JOHN   Agent of “FUFENYAK HOLDING CO., L.L.C.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, JOHN D.   Director of “AIM FOR A CURE, INC.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, JOHN D.   Director of “LAFAYETTE RENTAL REFERENCING, INC.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, JOHN D.   Agent of “LAFAYETTE RENTAL REFERENCING, INC.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, II, JOHN   Member of “ALTERNATIVE POSITIONING SOLUTIONS, L.L.C.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, II, JOHN   Member of “SILVETTI MARINE SERVICES, L.L.C.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, II, JOHN D.   Member of “FUFENYAK HOLDING CO., L.L.C.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, II, JOHN D.   Member of “MARINE SURVEYS, L.L.C.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, II, JOHN D.   Member of “OSV DETERMINATION, L.L.C.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, II, JOHN D.   Member of “RV PERSEVERANCE, L.L.C.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, II, JOHN D.   Member of “RV PERSISTENCE, L.L.C.”   LAFAYETTE   
SILVETTI, II, JOHN DAVID   Member of “GEOLAB SILVETTI & COMPANY, L.L.C.”   LAFAYETTE

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Business:   FUFENYAK HOLDING CO., L.L.C.
Charter Number:   36112592K
Registration Date:   2/6/2006
Domicile Address
    401-B MECCA DR.
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Mailing Address
    401-B MECCA DR.
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Status
Status:   Active
Annual Report Status:   In Good Standing
File Date:   2/6/2006
Last Report Filed:   5/24/2018
Type:   Limited Liability Company

Registered Agent(s)
Agent:   JOHN SILVETTI
Address 1:   205 LINDA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507
Appointment Date:   7/21/2017

Officer(s)   Additional Officers: No
Officer:   JOHN D. SILVETTI, II
Title:   Member
Address 1:   205 LINDA DR.
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507

https://coraweb.sos.la.gov/commercialsearch/CommercialSearchDetails.aspx?CharterID=761212_118C1B23FA

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Business:   AIM FOR A CURE, INC.
Charter Number:   36382577N
Registration Date:   2/14/2007
Domicile Address
    401-B MECCA DRIVE
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Mailing Address
    401-B MECCA DRIVE
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Status
Status:   Inactive
Inactive Reason:   Action by Secretary of State
File Date:   2/14/2007
Last Report Filed:   1/15/2015
Type:   Non-Profit Corporation


Officer(s)   Additional Officers: No
Officer:   JOHN D. SILVETTI
Title:   Director
Address 1:   401-B MECCA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Officer:   CONRAD DAIGLE
Title:   Director
Address 1:   1409 HWY 356
City, State, Zip:   SUNSET, LA 70584
Officer:   MARIANNE S. VOORHIES
Title:   Director
Address 1:   205 LINDA DR.
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507


Amendments on File (5)
Description   Date
Restated Articles   7/2/2010
Domicile, Agent Change or Resign of Agent   8/26/2010
Domicile, Agent Change or Resign of Agent   1/20/2012
Domicile, Agent Change or Resign of Agent   1/28/2015
Revoked   5/21/2018

https://coraweb.sos.la.gov/commercialsearch/CommercialSearchDetails.aspx?CharterID=598752_E2C580AB23

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Business:   ALTERNATIVE POSITIONING SOLUTIONS, L.L.C.
Charter Number:   35273556K
Registration Date:   5/21/2002
Domicile Address
    205 LINDA DR.
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70507
Mailing Address
    401-B MECCA DR.
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Status
Status:   Inactive
Inactive Reason:   Action by Secretary of State
File Date:   5/21/2002
Last Report Filed:   4/24/2014
Type:   Limited Liability Company


Officer(s)   Additional Officers: No
Officer:   JOHN SILVETTI, II
Title:   Member
Address 1:   401-B MECCA DR.
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70508


Amendments on File (4)
Description   Date
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   8/26/2010
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   1/20/2012
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   1/28/2015
Revoked   8/15/2017

https://coraweb.sos.la.gov/commercialsearch/CommercialSearchDetails.aspx?CharterID=731449_06B3CD2745

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Business:   SILVETTI MARINE SERVICES, L.L.C.
Charter Number:   36188860K
Registration Date:   5/22/2006
Domicile Address
    403 MECCA STREET
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Mailing Address
    403 MECCA ST.
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Status
Status:   Inactive
Inactive Reason:   Action by Secretary of State
File Date:   5/22/2006
Last Report Filed:   1/15/2015
Type:   Limited Liability Company


Officer(s)   Additional Officers: No
Officer:   JOHN SILVETTI, II
Title:   Member
Address 1:   205 LINDA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507

Amendments on File (4)
Description   Date
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   8/26/2010
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   1/20/2012
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   1/28/2015
Revoked   8/15/2017

https://coraweb.sos.la.gov/commercialsearch/CommercialSearchDetails.aspx?CharterID=736029_16AD35337B

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Business:   MARINE SURVEYS, L.L.C.
Charter Number:   36217545K
Registration Date:   6/29/2006
Domicile Address
    403 MECCA DRIVE
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Mailing Address
    403 MECCA DRIVE
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Status
Status:   Inactive
Inactive Reason:   Action by Secretary of State
File Date:   6/29/2006
Last Report Filed:   1/15/2015
Type:   Limited Liability Company


Officer(s)   Additional Officers: No
Officer:   JOHN D. SILVETTI, II
Title:   Member
Address 1:   205 LINDA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507
Officer:   CONRAD J. DAIGLE
Title:   Member
Address 1:   1409 HWY 356
City, State, Zip:   SUNSET, LA 70584
Officer:   MARIANNE P. SILVETTI-VOORHIES
Title:   Member
Address 1:   205 LINDA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507
Officer:   RICHARD PUTNAM
Title:   Member
Address 1:   208 TUSCANY VALLEY
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70506
Officer:   ROBERT FLOYD
Title:   Member
Address 1:   217 THIBODEAUX STREET
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70503


Amendments on File (5)
Description   Date
Appointing, Change, or Resign of Officer   4/20/2010
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   8/26/2010
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   1/20/2012
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   1/28/2015
Revoked   8/15/2017

https://coraweb.sos.la.gov/commercialsearch/CommercialSearchDetails.aspx?CharterID=831649_5C4104174C

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Business:   OSV DETERMINATION, L.L.C.
Charter Number:   36925547K
Registration Date:   12/23/2008
Domicile Address
    403 MECCA DRIVE
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Mailing Address
    403 MECCA DRIVE
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Status
Status:   Inactive
Inactive Reason:   Action by Secretary of State
File Date:   12/23/2008
Last Report Filed:   1/15/2015
Type:   Limited Liability Company


Officer(s)   Additional Officers: No
Officer:   JOHN D. SILVETTI, II
Title:   Member
Address 1:   205 LINDA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507
Officer:   CONRAD J. DAIGLE
Title:   Member
Address 1:   401B MECCA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Officer:   MARIANNE P. SILVETTI-VOORHIES
Title:   Member
Address 1:   205 LINDA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507
Officer:   RICHARD L. PUTNAM
Title:   Member
Address 1:   401B MECCA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Officer:   ROBERT J FLOYD, PH.D.
Title:   Member
Address 1:   401B MECCA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Officer:   TIMOTHY W. BOYER
Title:   Member
Address 1:   401B MECCA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Officer:   MARCUS R. BROUSSARD
Title:   Member
Address 1:   401B MECCA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70508


Amendments on File (4)
Description   Date
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   8/26/2010
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   1/20/2012
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   1/28/2015
Revoked   2/15/2018

https://coraweb.sos.la.gov/commercialsearch/CommercialSearchDetails.aspx?CharterID=837097_12AA42B0BC


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Business:   RV PERSEVERANCE, L.L.C.
Charter Number:   36974924K
Registration Date:   2/18/2009
Domicile Address
    403 MECCA DRIVE
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Mailing Address
    403 MECCA DRIVE
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Status
Status:   Inactive
Inactive Reason:   Action by Secretary of State
File Date:   2/18/2009
Last Report Filed:   1/15/2015
Type:   Limited Liability Company

Registered Agent(s)
Agent:   RANDY M. GUIDRY
Address 1:   220 HEYMANN BLVD.
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70503
Appointment Date:   5/9/2011

Officer(s)   Additional Officers: No
Officer:   JOHN D. SILVETTI, II
Title:   Member
Address 1:   205 LINDA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507
Officer:   CONRAD J. DAIGLE
Title:   Member
Address 1:   1409 HWY 356
City, State, Zip:   SUNSET, LA 70584
Officer:   MARIANNE P. SILVETTI-VOORHIES
Title:   Member
Address 1:   205 LINDA DRIVE
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507


Amendments on File (2)
Description   Date
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   5/9/2011
Revoked   5/16/2017

https://coraweb.sos.la.gov/commercialsearch/CommercialSearchDetails.aspx?CharterID=911567_C111231972

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Business:   RV PERSISTENCE, L.L.C.
Charter Number:   40345869K
Registration Date:   11/4/2010
Domicile Address
    401 MECCA DR
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Mailing Address
    401 MECCA DR
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Status
Status:   Inactive
Inactive Reason:   Voluntary Action
File Date:   11/4/2010
Last Report Filed:   N/A
Type:   Limited Liability Company

Registered Agent(s)
Agent:   RANDY M. GUIDRY
Address 1:   220 HEYMANN BLVD
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70503
Appointment Date:   11/4/2010

Officer(s)   Additional Officers: No
Officer:   JOHN D. SILVETTI, II
Title:   Member
Address 1:   205 LINDA DR
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507


Amendments on File (1)
Description   Date
Affidavit to Dissolve   12/22/2011

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Name   Type   City   Status
GEOLAB SILVETTI & COMPANY, L.L.C.   Limited Liability Company   LAFAYETTE   Inactive

Previous Names
    SILVETTI & COMPANY, L.L.C., J. D. (Changed: 4/12/2000)   
Business:   GEOLAB SILVETTI & COMPANY, L.L.C.
Charter Number:   34887107K
Registration Date:   2/3/2000
Domicile Address
    319 MECCA DR.
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Mailing Address
    319 MECCA DR.
    LAFAYETTE, LA 70508
Status
Status:   Inactive
Inactive Reason:   Action by Secretary of State
File Date:   2/3/2000
Last Report Filed:   8/1/2002
Type:   Limited Liability Company

Registered Agent(s)
Agent:   GERALD J. CASEY
Address 1:   1709 W. PRIEN LAKE RD.
City, State, Zip:   LAKE CHARLES, LA 70601
Appointment Date:   8/1/2002

Officer(s)   Additional Officers: No
Officer:   JOHN DAVID SILVETTI, II
Title:   Member
Address 1:   401B MECCA DR.
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507
Officer:   PERRY BALLS
Title:   Manager
Address 1:   401 MECCA DR.
City, State, Zip:   LAFAYETTE, LA 70507
Officer:   GEOLAB TECHNICAL SERVICES, LTD.
Title:   Member
Address 1:   FERRY HOUSE, SOUTH DENES RD GREAT YARMOUTH
Address 2:   NORFOLK, NR30, 3PJ
City, State, Zip:   UNITED KINGDOM,
Country:   UNITED KINGDOM


Amendments on File (4)
Description   Date
Name Change   4/12/2000
Appointing, Change, or Resign of Officer   4/12/2000
Domestic LLC Agent/Domicile Change   5/23/2002
Revoked   5/15/2007
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I stand with the girl, Natalee Holloway.

"I can look back over the past 10 years and there were no steps wasted, and there are no regrets,'' she said. "I did all I knew to do and I think that gives me greater peace now." "I've lived every parent's worst nightmare and I'm the parent that nobody wants to be," she said.

Beth Holloway, 2015 interview with Greta van Susteren
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