LAWSUITS – 1/25/11

Published 9:26am Tuesday, January 25, 2011

— Carmichael Equipment versus Chris Hutchinson, DBA Now Service Pros; judgment sought for alleged breach of contract over payments made.

— Advantage Bank versus Donald E. Cox and Joan Cox, of Proctorville, et al; judgment of $75,524 plus interest allegedly owed sought, mortgage foreclosed and real estate sold.

— PNC Mortgage versus Jason P. Patrick, Kitts Hill; judgment of $125,069 plus interest allegedly owed sought; mortgage foreclosed and real estate sold.

— Flagstar Bank versus Brenna J. Heaberlin and Kerry D. Heaberlin, both of Ashland, Ky., and Kitts Hill; judgment of $80,648 plus interest allegedly owed sought and property sold.

— Citi Mortgage Inc. vs. Mark Edward Duncan and Jamie Duncan, both of South Point, judgment of $121,203, plus interest allegedly owed sought; mortgage deemed valid and property sold.

— Bank of N.Y. Mellon versus Robby K. Allen and Michelle Allen, both of Chesapeake; judgment of $83,236 allegedly owed sought, mortgage deemed valid and property sold.

— Branch Banking and Trust Co. versus Angela D. Gue, successor trustee of Cheryl L. Lycans Recoverable Living Trust, et al; judgment of $34,144 plus interest allegedly owed sought, mortgage deemed valid and property sold.

— FIA Card Services versus Robert Napier, South Point; judgment of $24,483 sought for alleged breach of credit card agreement.

— Everbank versus Anthony J. Kirk, et al; judgment of $64,786 plus interest allegedly owed sought; mortgage deemed valid and property sold.

— City National Bank of W.Va. versus Leah S. Daniels et al; judgment of $58,818 plus interest allegedly owed sought; mortgage foreclosed and property sold.

— Capital One Bank versus Gregory M. Poff, Chesapeake; judgment of $2,740 plus interest of $1,854 sought over alleged default of credit card agreement.

— American General Financial Services versus Mark Curry, Chesapeake, et al; judgment of $82,238 plus interest allegedly owed sought; valid lien and property sold.

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