March 19
Kennan R. Dunn v. David McDaniel, Jerry McDaniel and Tina Dailey McDaniel
PA-pro se; J-Gina Groh
* Dunn and the McDaniels entered into an agreement in early 2007 to sell property from Dunn's farm to the family. The McDaniels were to pay for the property they removed from Dunn's farm. Dunn discovered a local auction selling the items the McDaniels allegedly never paid for. He is seeking $22,445, plus the cost of filing and other costs incurred during the civil action.
Case number: 07-C-89

Argyle Land Co. dba Argyle Country Club v. Sajjad Nazar Mahar, aka Ali Mahar, aka Alli Mahar aka, Ali Maher aka, Alli Maher and Farhana Mahar aka Farhana Maher and Imran Anwar Mughal
PA- Charles Printz; J-Thomas Steptoe Jr.
* Ali Mahar was hired by the club six years ago as a general manager until he was fired in September 2006. Mughal was hired as a bartender six years ago until he resigned in September 2006. Argyle claims the two men with Farhana Mahar, and two additional men, conspired to defraud as well as embezzle from the club. The company also claims they used the money to maintain a farm and other high-end expenses. They also claim Ali Mahar and Farhana Mahar stole property from the club and tried to sell it. The company is seeking $1 million for compensatory damages from Ali Mahar. The company is seeking $1 million from Ali Mahar and Frahana Mahar for wrongful conversion of personal property. Additionally, Argyle is seeking $1 million against Ali Mahar and Frahana Mahar for wrongful conversion of cash. The club is seeking $1 million because of conversion of cash from Imran Mughal. Argyle also demands Ali Mahar to return the property or its value. The company is seeking additional counts including, but not limited to, civil conspiracy, unjust enrichment, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and constructive trust.
Case number: 07-C-90




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