LAWSUITS – 1/16/12

Published 9:56am Monday, January 16, 2012

— Bank of New York vs. Christal Tabor, et al, foreclosure.

— Metlife Home vs. Brian Skaggs, foreclosure.

— Wells Fargo Financial vs. Robert Taber, et al, foreclosure.

— Vanderbilt Mortgage vs. Stephen Martin, et al, possession of mobile home plus costs and other relief.

— Advantage Bank vs. Keith A. Hileman, foreclosure.

— Elizabeth Dalton and Robert Dalton vs. Eddie Skaggs, plaintiffs seek an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in auto accident.

— Paul Allen Johnson vs. Jay Snyder and Donna Snyder, plaintiff seeks unspecified damages for injuries sustained as a result of rental property neglect.

— Capital One Bank vs. Cathy J. Mullins, $1,310.42 plus costs and other relief.

— Fifth Third Mortgage vs. Ramona McMillian, et al, foreclosure.

— Flagstar Bank vs. Roger Trammell, et al, foreclosure.

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