Lawsuits – 3/5/12

Published 9:34am Monday, March 5, 2012

— Capital One Bank vs. Alexander Ward, $1,182.03.

— City National Bank vs. Brandon Willis, et al, foreclosure.

— First Priority Federal Credit Union vs. Aaron H. Holley, et al, $27,687.13 plus costs and other relief.

— Green Tree Servicing vs. Otis Aldridge, et al, $18,244.54 plus costs and other relief.

— Mid First Bank vs. George Fuller, deceased, foreclosure.

— Pride Acquistion vs. Rodney A. Whitt, $26,614.87 plus costs and other relief.

— US Bank National Assn. vs. Karen Ann Pearson, foreclosure.

— Cavalry SPVI vs. David Boggs, $2,705.50 plus costs and other relief.

— Bank of America vs. Charles Webb, $83,421.89 plus costs and other relief.

— Steven Reger vs. Cassie D. Willets, plaintiff seeks an amount in excess of $25,000 for injuries sustained in auto accident.

— Green Tree Servicing vs. Harold Spradling, $28,867.32.

— Autovest vs. Danny Warren, $11,295.93 plus costs and other relief.

— Loanna J. Fox, et al, vs. State Farm Insurance Co., plaintiff seeks an amount in excess of $25,000 and declaration of rights under insurance policy.

— Thomas Jones, et al, vs. Valeria Riddle, et al, plaintiffs seek an amount in excess of $25,000 for breach of contract.

— Rachel Neal vs. Carla Neal Pancake, et al, plaintiff seeks an amount in excess of $25,000 for misuse of funds.

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