LAWSUITS – 10/12/09

Published 10:13am Monday, October 12, 2009

—City National Bank vs. Malissa Ann Tate, et al, $36,365,000 plus interest and costs.

—Mary Ann Watson vs. Kim Knipp and CVS Pharmacy, et al, plaintiff seeks compensatory and punitive damages for injuries sustained in prescription mix up.

—Retail Recovery Service vs. Karla Swartzwelder, $1,999.86 plus interest and costs.

—BB&T vs. Bryan Skeens, 415,625.90 plus interest and costs.

—U.S.A. vs. Dwayne K. Morris, foreclosure.

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