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in Huntsville, Ohio to which Section 2.1 refers.

The same section

concludes with the following further provision:

{¶ 6} “Husband’s obligation to pay the above-stated debts

shall be considered a domestic support obligation as defined under

11

U.S.C.A.

§

523(a)(5).

In

the

event

Husband

files

bankruptcy,

the Common Pleas Court of Miami County, Ohio shall

retain

jurisdiction to order and/or modify spousal support.

{¶ 7} “Husband warrants to Wife that no other joint marital

debts exist except the debts listed above.

{¶ 8} “The parties also recognize that Husband is likely to

sell his interest to a third party to refinance the above stated

debts and will hold an equitable interest in said property

thereafter.

It

is

the

parties

understanding

that

husband

may

receive money from the sale of the property by third party when

it is resold.

The parties agree that Husband shall retain $8000.00

from the proceeds and any remaining proceeds will be divided equally

between Husband and Wife.”

{¶ 9} Plez entered into an agreement with a third party, Steve

Kappeler, whereby Plez promised to convey the title to the

Huntsville

property

to

Kappeler.

In

return,

Kappeler

promised

to refinance the property, which was subject to a mortgage, for

at

least

$525,000.

The

loan

proceeds

would

be

applied

to

pay

the

mortgage, which was one of the debts identified in Section 2.1

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