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of the Separation Agreement, as well as the other obligations

therein that Plez agreed to assume and pay.

{¶ 10} Lynn held the title to the Huntsville property, and she

agreed with Kappeler to transfer her title in accordance with the

decree.

However, Lynn refused to transfer her title to Plez unless

and until Plez first paid the $8,000 he was ordered to pay her.

Plez was unable to do that except from the proceeds of the proposed

deal with Kappeler.

As a result, the deal collapsed and the parties

lost their interest in the Huntsville property in a foreclosure

proceeding when Lynn executed a deed in lieu of foreclosure in

favor of the mortgage bank.

{¶ 11} Lynn filed two motions for contempt, on July 13 and August

5,

2009.

(Dkt.

10,

20).

Lynn

asked

the

court

to

find

Plez

in

contempt for failing to pay the obligations in Section 2.1 of the

Separation Agreement and decree he was ordered to assume and pay.

{¶ 12} Plez filed a motion in contempt, on August 13, 2009.

(Dkt.

26).

Plez

asked

the

court

to

find

Lynn

in

contempt

for

failing to transfer her title to the Hunstville property in

accordance with Section 2.1 of the Separation Agreement and decree.

Plez filed a second motion, on December 9, 2009, asking the court

to

vacate

the

decree

pursuant

to

Civ.R.

60(B).

Plez

alleged

that

Lynn

had

fraudulently

concealed

assets.

(Dkt.

32).

{¶ 13} The various motions were referred to a magistrate, who

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