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NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Cory Cable conveyed to R. Rick Hart, as Trustee, and Renasant Bank, as Beneficiary, real property in Loudon County, Tennessee by Deed of Trust dated August 16, 2017, recorded August 23, 2017 in Book T1339, page 628 in the Register’s Office of Loudon County, Tennessee (the “Deed of Trust”), to secure payment and performance of the debt described in the Deed of Trust. Renasant Bank (“Bank”), as owner and holder of the indebtedness secured thereby, appointed Justin M. Sveadas as Substitute Trustee by Appointment of Substitute Trustee recorded July 28, 2021 in Book T1544, page 186 in said Register’s Office, to have all rights, powers, privileges, and immunities granted to the original Trustee in the Deed of Trust. Default has been made in the payment of the debt secured by the Deed of Trust. Bank has declared the entire balance due and payable and has instructed the Substitute Trustee to foreclose the Deed of Trust in accordance with its terms. NOW, THEREFORE, the Substitute Trustee, on Friday, October 29, 2021, commencing at 11:30 a.m. Eastern Time, at the main entrance of the Loudon County Courthouse in Loudon, Tennessee, will offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash property therein conveyed, more particularly described as follows: Situated in the Third Civil District of Loudon County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows: TRACT ONE: Beginning on a stake corner to heirs of W. A. Jones, thence with the same 11 S. 59 E. 27.5 chains to a rock; thence 21 S. 63.5 E. 33 chains to a stake; thence S. 40 W. 14 chains to a stake; thence 41 S. 48.5 W. 26.6 chains to a walnut; thence 51 S. 12.5 W. 49.9 chains to a stake; thence 61 N. 56.5 W. 36 chains to a stake; thence 71 N. 18.5 E. 16.1 chains to a rock; thence 81 N. 12.5 W. 37.2 chains to a stake; thence 91 N. 10 E. 13.5 chains to a stake; thence 101 N. 35 E. 24.8 chains to the Beginning, with exception of five acres sold to S. T. Jones. TRACT TWO: Beginning on a pine knot corner to W. A. Jones heirs, Southwest corner, thence 11 N. 40.5 E. 5.7 chains to a stake; thence 21 N. 60 E. 1.4 chains to a stake; thence 31 N. 35.5 E. 27 chains to a stake; thence 41 S. 63 W. 35 chains to a stake near the woods; thence 51 S. 64 W. 9.4 chains to a pine knot corner; thence 61 S. 20 W. 29.5 chains to a stake; thence 71 N. 61 W. 53.6 chains to the Beginning of both tracts containing by estimate 125 acres. TRACT THREE: Beginning on a rock corner of J. F. Hammontree N. 59 W. 32.7 chains to a stake; thence N. 20 E. 20.1 chains to a stake; thence S. 59 E. 38.3 chains to a stake; thence S. 35 W. 20.3 chains to the Beginning, containing by estimation 17 acres. TRACT FOUR: Beginning at a point near the right-of-way of Highway No. 95 running between Greenback and Lenoir City, in the Northwest corner of Ruth McNeeley Lynch Farm; thence in an Easterly direction 169 feet to a corner with Lynch; thence with Lynch in a general Northerly direction 179 feet to a corner with L. L. Lane; thence with L. L. Lane in a Westerly direction 143 feet to a corner with Lane, near the right-of-way of Highway No. 95; thence in a Southerly direction and parallel with said Highway No. 95, 219 feet to the point of Beginning, containing three-fourths of an acre, more or less. There are excepted from the above descriptions the following conveyances: (1) 2.57 acres to Leroy J. Johnson et ux. in Deed Book 123, page 853. (2) 2 acres, more or less, to Joe A. Johnson et ux. in Deed Book 133, page 275. (3) 1.68 acres to Ricky Johnson et ux. in Deed Book 179, page 275. (4) 1.37 acres to Steve McKee et ux. in Deed Book 195, page 103. (5) 1.5 acres to Cheri Jo Johnson et al. in Deed Book 197, page 495. (6) 26 acres, more or less, to the grantee in Deed Book 286, page 414. (7) 7 acres to the grantee in Deed Book 289, page 162. (8) 2 acres to Brock A. Johnson, et ux. in Deed Book 290, page 735. Subject to any applicable governmental zoning ordinances or subdivision regulations in effect thereon. Being property conveyed to Cory Cable by Warranty Deed dated February 28, 2005, recorded February 28, 2005 in Book D292, page 865 in the Register’s Office of Loudon County, Tennessee. Said property is designated as being a portion of Loudon County Map Parcel Number 052-088.00, located on Highway 95 North, Greenback, Tennessee 37742. However, the street address is not a part of the legal description herein. In the event of a discrepancy between the street address and the legal description, the legal description shall control. The sale shall be in bar of all rights and equities of redemption, statutory and otherwise, homestead, dower and all other rights or exemptions of every kind, all of which are expressly waived in the Deed of Trust, but subject to the following: (a) unpaid taxes against the property; (b) recorded easements, restrictions, conditions, covenants, rights-of-way or subdivision plats affecting the property; (c) dedication of roads affecting the property and applicable governmental zoning and subdivision ordinances and regulations; (d) prior or superior liens, judgments, deeds of trust, or other interests of record; and (e) matters that an accurate survey of the property might disclose. Notice has been given pursuant to the provisions of 26 U.S.C. § 7425(c) and (d) and Reg. § 301.7425-1, and T.C.A. §§ 50-7-404(i)(2)(B) and 67-1-1433(b)(2) and Rule 1320-2-1-.35, if applicable. The Property is to be sold without covenants or warranties, whether express or implied, including without limitation, warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular use or purpose. The following items recorded in said Register’s Office may be adversely affected by the foreclosure sale: (1) Quitclaim Deed dated February 8, 2019 from Cory Cable to Cory T. Cable and Ashley Renae Cable, recorded February 8, 2019 in Book D410, page 453; (2) Quitclaim Deed dated March 18, 2021 from Cory Cable and Ashley Renae Cable to Cory T. Cable, Ashley Renea Cable, and Linda Cable Cheatham, recorded March 19, 2021 in Book D432, page 790; (3) Final Judgment entered October 7, 2020 in the case of Bond Street Fund 9, LLC v. Volunteer Food Concepts, d/b/a Moe’s Southwest Grill #100699, Kenneth Vance, and Cory Cable, recorded December 14, 2020 in Book L54, page 325; (4) Order Granting Motion for Default Judgment dated January 12, 2021 in the case of Farm Credit Services of America, PCA v. Linda Cable Cheatham, recorded February 1, 2021 in Book L54, page 454; and (5) Judgment dated May 20, 2021 in the case of Discover Bank v. Linda L. Cable, recorded August 13, 2021 in Book L55, page 148. Substitute Trustee, at his sole discretion, at the time and place appointed above for the sale, to accomplish the most advantageous sale and consequent discharge of his trust obligations under the circumstances, reserves the right to do any or all of the following: 1. Postpone the sale of all or any portion of the property by public announcement at such time and place of sale, and from time to time thereafter postpone such sale by public announcement at the time fixed by the preceding postponement or subsequently noticed sale, and, without further notice, make such sale at the time and place fixed by the last postponement, or in his discretion, give a new notice of sale. 2. Appoint an agent to sell the property in accordance with the power of sale contained in the Deed of Trust and to take other action which the Substitute Trustee may take thereunder. 3. Elect to delay the sale for a reasonable time during regular business hours on the same day to be continued at the same place at the announced time in order to enable any bona fide bidder to determine and submit a bid, so long as no potential purchaser is thereby precluded from placing a bid. 4. Elect to sell the property in any other manner or manners as may accomplish the most advantageous sale and consequent discharge of his trust obligations under the circumstances. The failure of the high bidder to close this sale shall be cause for rejection of the bid, and if the bid is rejected, the Substitute Trustee shall have the option of making the sale to the next highest bidder who is capable and willing to comply with the terms thereof. The proceeds of the sale shall be applied as provided in the Deed of Trust. /s/ Justin M. Sveadas, 633 Chestnut Street, Suite 1900, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37450, 423-756-2010. October 6, 13 & 20, 2021

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE

Cory Cable conveyed to R. Rick Hart, as Trustee, and Renasant Bank, as Beneficiary, real property in
Loudon County, Tennessee by Deed of Trust dated August 16, 2017, recorded August 23, 2017 in Book
T1339, page 628 in the Register’s Office of Loudon County, Tennessee (the “Deed of Trust”), to secure
payment and performance of the debt described in the Deed of Trust.

Renasant Bank (“Bank”), as owner and holder of the indebtedness secured thereby, appointed Justin
M. Sveadas as Substitute Trustee by Appointment of Substitute Trustee recorded July 28, 2021 in Book
T1544, page 186 in said Register’s Office, to have all rights, powers, privileges, and immunities granted
to the original Trustee in the Deed of Trust.

Default has been made in the payment of the debt secured by the Deed of Trust. Bank has declared
the entire balance due and payable and has instructed the Substitute Trustee to foreclose the Deed of
Trust in accordance with its terms.

NOW, THEREFORE, the Substitute Trustee, on Friday, October 29, 2021, commencing at 11:30 a.m.
Eastern Time, at the main entrance of the Loudon County Courthouse in Loudon, Tennessee, will offer
for sale and sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash property therein conveyed,
more particularly described as follows:

Situated in the Third Civil District of Loudon County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described
as follows:

TRACT ONE: Beginning on a stake corner to heirs of W. A. Jones, thence with the same 11 S. 59 E.
27.5 chains to a rock; thence 21 S. 63.5 E. 33 chains to a stake; thence S. 40 W. 14 chains to a stake;
thence 41 S. 48.5 W. 26.6 chains to a walnut; thence 51 S. 12.5 W. 49.9 chains to a stake; thence 61
N. 56.5 W. 36 chains to a stake; thence 71 N. 18.5 E. 16.1 chains to a rock; thence 81 N. 12.5 W. 37.2
chains to a stake; thence 91 N. 10 E. 13.5 chains to a stake; thence 101 N. 35 E. 24.8 chains to the Beginning, with exception of five acres sold to S. T. Jones.

TRACT TWO: Beginning on a pine knot corner to W. A. Jones heirs, Southwest corner, thence 11 N.
40.5 E. 5.7 chains to a stake; thence 21 N. 60 E. 1.4 chains to a stake; thence 31 N. 35.5 E. 27 chains
to a stake; thence 41 S. 63 W. 35 chains to a stake near the woods; thence 51 S. 64 W. 9.4 chains to a
pine knot corner; thence 61 S. 20 W. 29.5 chains to a stake; thence 71 N. 61 W. 53.6 chains to the Beginning of both tracts containing by estimate 125 acres.

TRACT THREE: Beginning on a rock corner of J. F. Hammontree N. 59 W. 32.7 chains to a stake;
thence N. 20 E. 20.1 chains to a stake; thence S. 59 E. 38.3 chains to a stake; thence S. 35 W. 20.3
chains to the Beginning, containing by estimation 17 acres.

TRACT FOUR: Beginning at a point near the right-of-way of Highway No. 95 running between Greenback and Lenoir City, in the Northwest corner of Ruth McNeeley Lynch Farm; thence in an Easterly direction 169 feet to a corner with Lynch; thence with Lynch in a general Northerly direction 179 feet to
a corner with L. L. Lane; thence with L. L. Lane in a Westerly direction 143 feet to a corner with Lane,
near the right-of-way of Highway No. 95; thence in a Southerly direction and parallel with said Highway
No. 95, 219 feet to the point of Beginning, containing three-fourths of an acre, more or less.

There are excepted from the above descriptions the following conveyances:
(1) 2.57 acres to Leroy J. Johnson et ux. in Deed Book 123, page 853.
(2) 2 acres, more or less, to Joe A. Johnson et ux. in Deed Book 133, page 275.
(3) 1.68 acres to Ricky Johnson et ux. in Deed Book 179, page 275.
(4) 1.37 acres to Steve McKee et ux. in Deed Book 195, page 103.
(5) 1.5 acres to Cheri Jo Johnson et al. in Deed Book 197, page 495.
(6) 26 acres, more or less, to the grantee in Deed Book 286, page 414.
(7) 7 acres to the grantee in Deed Book 289, page 162.
(8) 2 acres to Brock A. Johnson, et ux. in Deed Book 290, page 735.

Subject to any applicable governmental zoning ordinances or subdivision regulations in effect thereon.

Being property conveyed to Cory Cable by Warranty Deed dated February 28, 2005, recorded February
28, 2005 in Book D292, page 865 in the Register’s Office of Loudon County, Tennessee.

Said property is designated as being a portion of Loudon County Map Parcel Number 052-088.00, located on Highway 95 North, Greenback, Tennessee 37742. However, the street address is not a part
of the legal description herein. In the event of a discrepancy between the street address and the legal
description, the legal description shall control.

The sale shall be in bar of all rights and equities of redemption, statutory and otherwise, homestead,
dower and all other rights or exemptions of every kind, all of which are expressly waived in the Deed
of Trust, but subject to the following: (a) unpaid taxes against the property; (b) recorded easements,
restrictions, conditions, covenants, rights-of-way or subdivision plats affecting the property; (c) dedication of roads affecting the property and applicable governmental zoning and subdivision ordinances
and regulations; (d) prior or superior liens, judgments, deeds of trust, or other interests of record; and
(e) matters that an accurate survey of the property might disclose.

Notice has been given pursuant to the provisions of 26 U.S.C. § 7425(c) and (d) and Reg. § 301.74251, and T.C.A. §§ 50-7-404(i)(2)(B) and 67-1-1433(b)(2) and Rule 1320-2-1-.35, if applicable.

The Property is to be sold without covenants or warranties, whether express or implied, including without limitation, warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular use or purpose.

The following items recorded in said Register’s Office may be adversely affected by the foreclosure
sale: (1) Quitclaim Deed dated February 8, 2019 from Cory Cable to Cory T. Cable and Ashley Renae
Cable, recorded February 8, 2019 in Book D410, page 453; (2) Quitclaim Deed dated March 18, 2021
from Cory Cable and Ashley Renae Cable to Cory T. Cable, Ashley Renea Cable, and Linda Cable
Cheatham, recorded March 19, 2021 in Book D432, page 790; (3) Final Judgment entered October 7,
2020 in the case of Bond Street Fund 9, LLC v. Volunteer Food Concepts, d/b/a Moe’s Southwest Grill
#100699, Kenneth Vance, and Cory Cable, recorded December 14, 2020 in Book L54, page 325; (4)
Order Granting Motion for Default Judgment dated January 12, 2021 in the case of Farm Credit Services of America, PCA v. Linda Cable Cheatham, recorded February 1, 2021 in Book L54, page 454;
and (5) Judgment dated May 20, 2021 in the case of Discover Bank v. Linda L. Cable, recorded August
13, 2021 in Book L55, page 148.

Substitute Trustee, at his sole discretion, at the time and place appointed above for the sale, to accomplish the most advantageous sale and consequent discharge of his trust obligations under the circumstances, reserves the right to do any or all of the following:

1.
Postpone the sale of all or any portion of the property by public announcement at such time and
place of sale, and from time to time thereafter postpone such sale by public announcement at the time
fixed by the preceding postponement or subsequently noticed sale, and, without further notice, make
such sale at the time and place fixed by the last postponement, or in his discretion, give a new notice
of sale.

2.
Appoint an agent to sell the property in accordance with the power of sale contained in the Deed
of Trust and to take other action which the Substitute Trustee may take thereunder.

3.
Elect to delay the sale for a reasonable time during regular business hours on the same day to
be continued at the same place at the announced time in order to enable any bona fide bidder to determine and submit a bid, so long as no potential purchaser is thereby precluded from placing a bid.

4.
Elect to sell the property in any other manner or manners as may accomplish the most advantageous sale and consequent discharge of his trust obligations under the circumstances.

The failure of the high bidder to close this sale shall be cause for rejection of the bid, and if the bid is
rejected, the Substitute Trustee shall have the option of making the sale to the next highest bidder who
is capable and willing to comply with the terms thereof. The proceeds of the sale shall be applied as
provided in the Deed of Trust.

/s/ Justin M. Sveadas, 633 Chestnut Street, Suite 1900, Chattanooga, Tennessee 37450, 423-7562010.
October 6, 13 & 20, 2021

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