LAWSUITS – 07/27/09

Published 10:21am Monday, July 27, 2009

—U.S. Bank vs. Charles E. Clay Jr., foreclosure.

— One West Bank vs. Elizabeth Jones, foreclosure.

—Clarence H. Sexton vs. Dallas Hatfield, et al, plaintiff seeks title to mobile home or $16,000 plus interest and costs.

—Capital One vs. Ashley Van Keuren, $1,175.55 plus interest and costs.

—Sheila M. Doss vs. Dolgencorp. And Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation, plaintiff seeks right to participate in workers compensation program.

—J.P.Morgan Chase Bank vs. Jason Bloomfield, et al, foreclosure.

—Advantage Bank vs. Christopher A. Maynard, et al, foreclosure.

—Truman White, et al, vs. Timothy Montroso, plaintiffs seek an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in auto accident.

—BAC Home Loans vs. Rose Combs, et al, foreclosure,.

—Clarence M. Markin vs. P. Michael Fannin and Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation, plaintiff seeks right to participate in worker’s compensation program.

—William A. Burcham vs. Naomi Vetter, et al, plaintiff seeks an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in auto accident.

—Walter Mortgage Co. vs. James V. Ratliff, foreclosure.

—Liberty Federal Savings Bank vs. John R. Stapleton, et al, foreclosure.

—Teresa G. Adkins vs. Justin L. Moore, plaintiff seeks unspecified damages for injuries sustained in auto accident.

—U.S. Bank vs. Lora Miller, $15,149.67 plus interest and costs.

—J.P.Morgan Chase Bank vs. Homer Johnson, et al, foreclosure.

—Donald Jack Beck vs. Ruth Ann Watters, et al, plaintiff seeks quiet title to property.

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