File: LVCrt-10

Superior Court of the State of California
City and County of San Francisco

Number 891863
Diane Hegarty, Plaintiff
v.
Anton LaVey and Does I through X, inclusive, Defendants

SUPPLEMENTAL ORDER AFTER TRIAL

The trial in this matter was held on August 5, 1991 in Department 2
of the Superior Court before the Honorable Judge Ollie Marie-
Victoire.

Plaintiff was represented by Elizabeth Benford and Jane Grieco.

Satisfactory proof having been made and good cause appearing
therefore,

It is hereby ordered that defendant Anton LaVey pay to plaintiff
Diane Hegarty the following:

1. the value of one-half interest in the jointly-owned real
property, 6114 California Street, for a total of $210,000.

2. The value of one-half interest in the jointly-owned personal
property of the relationship and the partnership, value to be
determined by an appraisal of said property.

3. The value of one-half interest in the fair market rental value of
the real property from March 1984 until the sale and division of
said property, or compensation for one-half of said interest, is
received by plaintiff from defendant, for a total of $47,000.

4. The value of 10% of all royalties derived from jointly-owned
business publications, payment to commence forthwith, in no event
later than August 15, 1991, for a total of $2,700 for the period
March 1989 through date of judgment, thereafter at the rate of $100
per month or $1,200 per year.

5. The value of 50% of all gross business income from March 1984
until dissolution of partnership, minus monies already paid to
plaintiff by defendant, payment to commence forthwith, in no event
later than August 15, 1991, for a total of $71,000.

6. The cost of all moving, relocation, retraining, and medical
expenses subsequent to plaintiff's ouster from the jointly-owned
real property.

7. Attorney's fees: $30,000. Court costs: $300. Sanctions: $500.

8. Punitive damages in the amount of $175,000.

For a total money judgment of $536,500.

It is further ordered that:

9. A receiver will be appointed by the court, at defendant's
expense, to prepare an accounting and inventory of all partnership
assets, and upon completion of such accounting a dissolution of the
partnership will occur and all partnership assets will be divided
50-50 between the parties.

10. Partition of the jointly-owned real property will occur within
sixty days from the date of this order, at which time defendant must
either (1) sell the jointly-owned real property and divide the sale
price with plaintiff and shall in addition compensate plaintiff for
all sums herein ordered to be paid as attorney's fees, costs,
sanctions, and punitive damages, or (2) defendant will pay to
defendant one-half the fair market value of the jointly-owned real
property.

In the event that defendant fails to comply with either provison of
this portion of the order within sixty days from the date of this
order, defendant shall then be ousted from the residence in order to
permit plaintiff to prepare the residence and list it for sale. Upon
sale of the residence, the net proceeds of sale shall be divided
between the parties. From defendant's portion of the proceeds of the
sale sale shall be deducted all sums ordered to be paid to plaintiff
as attorney's fees, costs, sanctions, and punitive damages, and
these sums so deducted shall be paid to plaintiff.

Should defendant fail to cooperate with the prospective sale of the
residence by failing to execute all documents necessary to list the
residence for sale or to accept or counter-offer as to any offer for
purchase received, any such documents shall be executed by the clerk
of the court, upon application by the plaintiff therefore.

Dated: October 28, 1991

/s/ Ollie Marie-Victoire, Judge of the Superior Court

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