Unless there was a Restraining Order taken out that Buck’s lawyers have not been given a copy of, there was no Order in effect after January 23, 1991.


IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF PUTNAM COUNTY
STATE OF GEORGIA
Civil Action File No. 90CV-484-12

PATTIE D. FUGATE, Plaintiff
v.
WALLACE M. FUGATE, Defendant

ORDER

1.)
The defendant shall have until 6:00 P.M., January 26, 1991, to remove the following items from Plaintiff’s property: a. All tools in shop, garage, and house, b. Ladders, c. All lumber, including but not limited to, tongue and groove pine boards, treated lumber, framing material, and cabinet plywood. d. Air compressor in house, e. Collection of hats belonging to Defendant, f. Hay located on Defendant’s adjoining property but only accessible from Plaintiff’s property, g. Aladin’s Castle pinball machine, Freedom pinball machine and Speakeasy pinball machine, h. Wood stove belonging to Defendant’s mother, i. Bass boat, motor and trailer. j. Two (2) racing go carts in the garage and all accessories for them.

2.
All items herein not removed by 6:00 P.M., January 26, 1991, will become the property of the Plaintiff.

3.
The spotted horse Apache is awarded to the Plaintiff. On or before February 1, 1991, the Defendant shall notify the present custodian of said horse in Twiggs County, Georgia of this award and request that Plaintiff be granted access to pick up said horse on or before February 1, 1991.

4.
The Defendant shall deliver or authorize delivery of the following items to the Plaintiff by February 1, 1991, a. Saddle, bridle, and all tack used for the horse, Apache, b. A CB radio and antenna formerly attached to Plaintiff’s van, c. A small battery charger, d. Five hundred ($500.00) now located in a safe owned by J. D. Hallman.

5.
Except as described herein, each party shall have sole rights in all items in their possession and all property awarded I the Separation Agreement incorporated into the Divorce Judgment dated October 10, 1990.

6.
The Defendant shall have minimum visitation rights away from Plaintiff’s residence with the parties’ son, Mark, on the first and third weekends of each and every month from 6:00 P.M. Friday until 6:00 P.M. Sunday.

7.
The Defendant shall have one week’s visitation rights beginning at 2:00 P.M., December 25th and ending at 6:00 P.M. on December 31st.

8.
The Defendant shall have visitation with the minor child for two (2) non-consecutive weeks during the summer. Prior to exercising this visitation right, the Defendant shall give the Plaintiff two (2) weeks notice of his intent to exercise said right.

9.
The Defendant shall have visitation rights with the minor child on Father’s Day and shall thereby not forfeit his visitation rights on alternate weekends.

10.
The Defendant will forfeit his visitation rights if Mother’s Day falls on a weekend otherwise scheduled for visitation by Defendant.

11.
The Defendant may also visit with Mark at other times by giving twenty-four (24) hours notice to Plaintiff under the same conditions described herein.

12.
The Plaintiff shall encourage Mark to visit with his father, but Mark shall decide when and if he wants to visit with his father.

13.
The Plaintiff shall ensure that her son is ready at the time stated for visitation with his father on the first and third weekends. The Defendant shall contact Plaintiff or Mark by telephone on the Thursday before visitation begins on Friday and arrange for a place, other than Plaintiff’s residence, where Defendant shall pick up mark for visitation and return him after visitation is over.

14.
Defendant shall pick up Mark and return him to the place agreed upon at the time specified herein, or at such other time as the parties may agree.

15.
The Defendant shall not enter upon Plaintiff’s property except at her express written invitation.

16.
The Plaintiff shall not enter upon the Defendant’s adjoining lot withouthis express written permission.

17.
In any conversations between the parties, by telephone or in person, the parties shall limit themselves to a discussion of visitation and other matters related to their mutual concern for their son, Mark.

18.
The parties shall refrain from hitting, striking, threatening, following, telephoning, slandering or otherwise bothering, irritating, or harassing each other.

19.
The parties shall sincerely and diligently strive to foster a good relationship between their son and each of his parents.

20.
Attorney’s fees shall be awarded to Plaintiff in the sum of $400.00.

(Can’t make out the judge’s signature) Dated: 2-27-91
JUDGE, SUPERIOR COURT, OCMULGEE CIRCUIT

Consented to as to form and substance:
Philip Spivey, Attorney for Plaintiff

Gale J. Farlow, Attorney for Defendant
_____________________________________________

STATE OF GEORGIA

CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. -----

PATTIE D. FUGATE, Petitioner
V.
WALLACE M. FUGATE, Respondent

RULE NISI AND TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER

The Petition having been read and considered, shall be filed, and a copy together with summons and this Rule Nisi and Temporary Restraining Order shall be served upon Defendant as provided by law.

The Defendant is hereby ordered to appear and show cause before the Court on January 2, 1991, at 9:00 O’clock A.M. at the courthouse in Eatonton, Georgia as to why the demands stated in the Petition should not be granted.

IN THE MEANTIME, RESPONDENT, WALLACE M. FUGATE, I immediately restrained and enjoined from going onto the premises now occupied by the Petitioner at 119 Blue Branch Dr., S.W., Eatonton, Georgia, at her place of employment, at her mother’s residence or sister’s residence in Macon, Georgia, and from otherwise harassing, threatening or abusing her in any manner whatsoever, including telephone calls.

So Ordered, this 20th day of December, 1990, at 10:15 O’clock A.M.

William (Can’t make out the last name)
JUDGE, SUPERIOR COURTS, OCMULGEE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
_____________________________________________


There is another ORDER which states the exact same thing as this one, but dated the 17th of January, 1991. Therefore, I am only going to type it one time with the other date.


IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF PUTNAM
STATE OF GEORGIA

CIVIL ACTION FILE NO. 90CV-484-12

PATTIE D. FUGATE, Petitioner
V.
WALLACE M. FUGATE, Respondent

O R D E R

The parties in the above styled case have agreed to continue the hearing on the Domestic Violence Petition.

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the hearing on the above styled petition be continued to January 21, 1991 at 9:00 A.M. and the Temporary Restraining Order shall remain in full force and effect until such time, except that in the interim the Respondent may come to the Petitioner’s workplace, Hallman Lumber Company, for business purposes only and will transact business with employees other than Petitioner.

This 9th day of January, 1991, nunc pro tunc January 2, 1991.


William (Can’t make out the last name)
JUDGE, SUPERIOR COURTS, O.J.C.


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