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finding Plez in contempt, after modifying his monthly purge

obligation to Lynn from $500 to $200, because of Plez’s poor health

and

employment

prospects.

(Dkt.

57).

{¶ 16} Plez filed a notice of appeal from the final order finding

him

in

contempt.

(Dkt.

58).

Plez

did

not

file

a

notice

of

appeal

from the final order overruling his motion for Civ.R. 60(B) relief.

FIRST ASSIGNMENT OF ERROR

{¶ 17} “THE TRIAL COURT ERRED BY NOT FINDING THE VALIDITY OF

THE BASIC TRANSACTION, INVOLVING A THIRD PARTY, WHICH WOULD HAVE

ALLOWED THE APPELLANT TO COMPLY WITH THE TERMS OF THE SEPARATION

AGREEMENT AND NOT FINDING THAT APPELLEE, LYNN GASTINEAU, BREACHED

THE AGREEMENT BY NOT SIGNING THE UPDATED AGREEMENT AND/OR DEED

TO THE LAKE PROPERTY.”

SECOND ASSIGNMENT OF ERROR

{¶ 18} “ASSUMING THAT THE COURT FINDS THERE WAS NOT ENOUGH

EVIDENCE TO RULE THAT APPELLEE SHOULD HAVE PROVIDED A DEED, THEN

THE TRIAL COURT ERRED BY NOT FINDING THAT APPELLEE FORFEITED HER

RIGHTS TO THE $8,000.00 WHEN SHE ALONE MADE THE DECISION TO SIGN

THE PROPERTY OVER TO THE BANK THROUGH A DEED IN LIEU.”

{¶ 19} For these purposes, contempt consists of “[d]isobedience

of, or resistance to, a lawful writ, process, order, rule, judgment,

or

command

of

a

court

or

officer.”

R.C.

2705.02(A).

The

decree

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