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					        Case 10-13301-bam            Doc 78                               Page 1 of Date Filed: 3/5/2010
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                                Entered on Docket
  4                             March 05, 2010           __________________________________
                                                                 Hon. Bruce A. Markell
  5                                                         United States Bankruptcy Judge
___________________________________________________________
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       GORDON SILVER
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       GERALD M. GORDON, ESQ.
  8    Nevada Bar No. 229
       E-mail: ggordon@gordonsilver.com
  9    GREGORY E. GARMAN, ESQ.
       Nevada Bar No. 6654
 10    E-mail: ggarman@gordonsilver.com
       TALITHA B. GRAY, ESQ.
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       Nevada Bar No. 9040
 12    Email: tgray@gordonsilver.com
       3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy., 9th Floor
 13    Las Vegas, Nevada 89169
       Telephone (702) 796-5555
 14    Facsimile (702) 369-2666
       [Proposed] Attorneys for Debtors
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 16                                 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT

 17                                     FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEVADA

 18   In re:                                                    Case No.: BK10-13301-BAM; Chapter 11
                                                                Jointly Administered with:
      BLACK GAMING, LLC
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      El Affects this Debtor.                                    10-13303   Virgin River Casino Corporation
20    El Affects all Debtors.                                    10-13305   B & BB, Inc.
           Affects VIRGIN RIVER CASINO CORPORATION               10-13306   R. Black, Inc.
21    L    Affects B & BB, INC.                                  10-13307 RBG, LLC
           Affects R. BLACK, INC.                                10-13309   Casablanca Resorts, LLC
      LI
 22                                                              10-13310   Oasis Interval Ownership, LLC
      ■    Affects RBG, LLC
                                                                 10-13311   Oasis Interval Management, LLC
      El   Affects CASABLANCA RESORTS, LLC
                                                                 10-13312   Oasis Recreational Properties, Inc.
23    El   Affects OASIS INTERVAL OWNERSHIP, LLC
      El   Affects OASIS INTERVAL MANAGEMENT, LLC           Date: March 3, 2010
 24   '    Affects OASIS RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES, INC.      Time: 9:30 a.m.
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           ORDER GRANTING EMERGENCY MOTION FOR ORDER (I) AUTHORIZING THE
 26        DEBTORS TO PAY WAGES, SALARIES, BENEFITS, REIMBURSABLE BUSINESS
            EXPENSES, AND OTHER EMPLOYEE OBLIGATIONS, AND (II) AUTHORIZING
27            AND DIRECTING FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS TO HONOR AND PROCESS
                  CHECKS AND TRANSFERS RELATED TO SUCH OBLIGATIONS
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           B & BB, Inc. d/b/a Virgin River Hotel Casino & Bingo, a Nevada corporation ("BBB"),

RBG, LLC d/b/a CasaBlanca Resort & Casino, a Nevada limited liability company ("RBG"), and

Oasis Recreational Properties, Inc., a Nevada corporation ("Oasis Rec," and collectively with the

foregoing entities, the "Debtors") submitted their Emergency Motion For Order (I) Authorizing

The Debtors To Pay Wages, Salaries, Benefits, Reimbursable Business Expenses, And Other

Employee Obligations, And (II) Authorizing And Directing Financial Institutions To Honor And

Process Checks And Transfers Related To Such Obligations (the "Motion").'

           The Motion came on for hearing before the above-captioned Court and Debtors appearing

by and through their proposed counsel, the law firm of Gordon Silver, and all other appearances

were noted in the record. The Court reviewed the Motion and the other pleadings and papers on

file, and heard and considered the argument of counsel. The Court stated its findings of fact and

conclusions of law on the record at the hearing on the Motion, which findings of fact and

conclusions of law are incorporated herein by this reference in accordance with Fed. R. Civ. P.

52, made applicable pursuant to Fed. R. Bankr. P. 9014. It appearing that the relief requested in

the Motion is in the best interest of the Debtors, their estates, and their creditors, and after due

deliberation and sufficient cause appearing therefor,

           IT IS HEREBY ORDERED:

           1.         The Motion is granted;
           2.         Debtors are authorized to honor all of their prepetition obligations with respect to
their Employees arising in the ordinary course of their businesses, including, without limitation:
(A) authorizing but not requiring the Debtors to pay and in their sole discretion (i) Wage
Obligations to their Employees up to the $10,950.00 statutory cap per Employee in 11 U.S.C. §

507(a)(4) only; (ii) Garnishments; (iii) to make Employee Benefit Contributions or payments to

or for the benefit of their Employees with respect to the Employee Benefit Plans; (iv) to pay all


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    All undefined, capitalized terms shall have the meaning ascribed to them in the Motion.
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costs incident to Prepetition Compensation and employee benefit contributions such as payroll-

related taxes and processing costs; (v) to honor Vacation Accruals; (vi) to reimburse Employees
for Reimbursable Business Expenses, all in accordance with the stated policies with respect

thereto; and (vii) to settle and to pay workers' compensation claims, and maintain deposits,
surety bonds and excess insurance; and (B) authorizing all applicable banks and other financial

institutions to receive, process, honor and pay any and all checks related to the foregoing,
including specifically those drawn from the Accounts, whether presented prior to or after the
Petition Date in accordance with the stated policies with regard thereto, provided sufficient funds
exist in Debtors' accounts to cover such payment;

         3.           Any objections to final or remaining relief in the Motion shall be in writing and
filed by March 15, 2010 (the "Objection Deadline"). Any replies to oppositions shall be filed by
March 22, 2010, (the "Reply Deadline"). If any objections are filed, the Court shall hold a final

hearing on March 29, 2010 at 9:30 a.m.;

         4.           IF NO OPPOSITIONS ARE FILED BY THE OBJECTION DEADLINE,

AN ORDER GRANTING THE ABOVE REQUESTED RELIEF MAY BE ENTERED BY
THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT WITHOUT FURTHER NOTICE OR
HEARING, pursuant to 11 U. S.C. § 102(1)(B)(i);

         5.           To the extent relief is granted herein, any stay of that relief pursuant to

Bankruptcy Rule 6004(h) or otherwise is hereby waived, and this Order shall be effectively
immediately; and
         6.           Payments authorized by this order are not exempt from subsequent operation of
Sections 547, 548, 549 and 550 of the Bankruptcy Code.




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         IT IS SO ORDERED.


PREPARED AND SUBMITTED:

GORDON SILVER


By:
      GERALD M. GORDON, ESQ.
      GREGORY E. GARMAN, ESQ.
      TALITHA B. GRAY, ESQ.
       [Proposed] Counsel for Debtors

APPROVED:
DATED this            day of March, 2010             DATED this          day of March, 2010
KOLESAR & LEATHAM, CHTD                              CADWALADER, WICKERSHAM & TAFT,
                                                     LLP

                                                     By:    [ I St_orr 6(Q L)bey
                                                             S                             Z-4).
By:     si N i le L.RsettaumEs4                             JOHN RAPISARDI, ESQ.
        NILE LEATHAM, ESQ.                                  SCOTT GREENBERG, ESQ.
        Counsel for Wells Fargo Capital                     MICHAEL COHEN, ESQ.
        Finance, Inc.
                                                     and

                                                     SANTORO, DRIGGS, WALCH, KEARNEY,
                                                     HOLLEY & THOMPSON

                                                           RICHARD HOLLEY, ESQ.
                                                           Counsel for the Consenting Senior
                                                           Secured Noteholders



DATED this            day of March, 2010             DATED this          day of March, 2010
MCDONALD CARANO WILSON, LLP                          OFFICE OF THE
                                                     UNITED STATES TRUSTEE

By:      /V A            i)ices     &I)              By:
       A.J. ICKS, ESQ.                                 EDWARD MCDONALD, ESQ.
       RYAN J. WORKS, ESQ.                             ATHANASIOS AGELAKOPOULOS, ESQ.
       Counsel for Newport Global Advisors



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          IT IS SO ORDERED.


 PREPARED AND SUBMITTED:

 GORDON SILVER


 By:
       GERALD M. GORDON, ESQ.
       GREGORY E. GARMAN, ESQ.
       TAL1THA B. GRAY, ESQ.
        [Proposed] Counsel for Debtors

 APPROVED:
  DATED this            day of March, 2010        DATED this           day of March, 2010

  KOLESAR & LEATHAM, CHTD                         SANTORO, DRIGGS, WALCH, KEARNEY,
                                                  HOLLEY & THOMPSON


  By:                                              By:
         NILE LEATHAM, ESQ.                              RICHARD HOLLEY, ESQ.
         Counsel for Wells Fargo Capital                 Counsel for the Consenting Senior
         Finance, Inc.                                   Secured Noteholders



  DATED this            day of March, 2010         DATED this          day of March, 2010

  MCDONALD CARANO WILSON, LLP                      OFFICE OF THE
                                                   UN ITEJSTATES TRUSTEE

  By:                                              By:              )1
         A.J. HICKS, ESQ.                            E ARD MCDONALD, ESQ.
         RYAN J. WORKS, ESQ.                         ATHANASIOS AGELAKOPOULOS, ESQ.
         Counsel for Newport Global Advisors




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                                     LR 9021 CERTIFICATION
        In accordance with LR 9021, counsel submitting this document certifies as follows:

                      O    The Court waived the requirement of approval under LR 9021.

                      O    This is a chapter 7 or 13 case, and either with the motion, or at the
                           hearing, I have delivered a copy of this proposed order to all counsel who
                           appeared at the hearing, any unrepresented parties who appeared at the
                           hearing, and each has approved or disapproved the order, or failed to
                           respond as indicated below [list each party and whether the party has
                           approved, disapproved, or failed to respond to the document]:

                      El   This is a chapter 9, 11, or 15 case, and I have delivered a copy of this
                           proposed order to all counsel who appeared at the hearing, any
                           unrepresented parties who appeared at the hearing, and each has approved
                           or disapproved the order, or failed to respond, as indicated below [list
                           each party and whether the party has approved, disapproved, or failed to
                           respond to the document]:

                      O    I have certified that I have served a copy of this order with the motion,
                           and no parties appeared or filed written objections.

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