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New civil filings in Kanawha Circuit Court Nov. 21-25:
Monday, Nov. 21
City National Bank vs. Katrina J. Boggess Parrigan and Glenn M. Nichols
City National claims Parrigan and her ex-husband defaulted on a home loan of $94,794.27. The bank claims Nichols, a former lawyer, didn’t record the deed properly with the Kanawha County Clerk, thus the bank wasn’t notified when a lien was placed on the property, which was purchased by another party. The bank seeks the value of the property from Nichols and repayment of fees.
Case number: 05-C-2610
Tuesday, Nov. 22
Frances K. Meadows and Beverly Meadows vs. Maria Dooley and State Farm
Frances Meadows claims State Farm owes her up to $250,000 after a Nov. 28, 2003, automobile accident. She says State Farm should pay her medical bills or provide benefits from underinsured motorist coverage in her and Beverly Meadows’ policies.
Case number: 05-C-2614
Wednesday, Nov. 23
John H. Lewis and Tammy J. Lewis vs. Cecil Tankersley and Marta Tankersley
The Lewis’ claim the Tankersleys didn’t disclose a defect in a home they purchased from them on April 16, 2005. Four days after moving in, the Lewis’ saw water running into the basement from the foundation and down the basement walls. In disclosure statements before the sale, Marta Tankersley attested that water never had been in the basement. Repair estimates range up to $60,000.
Case number: 05-C-2617