Jackson F. Bowers vs. R.J.W. Construction Inc., Buffalo Shopping Center Inc., James W. Higginbotham, Richard Howard and Susan L. Howard
PA-John A. Grafton; J-Spaulding
* Bowers, who lives in Mason County, agreed to purchase a 20-acre tract of land in Mason County in 2002 from R.J.W. He says the defendants never provided a title to the mobile home located on the property, and he says he lost the ability to obtain a Homestead Exemption on property taxes because of the defendants' errors. In 2009, Bowers entered into an agreement to trade the property to a third party, which would pay off the loan. But he learned R.J.W. was "neither able nor willing" to convey the property. In June 2009, Bowers received a Notice to Cure Default that contained errors. He claims breach of contract, interference with contract, violation of the state consumer protection act and wrongful eviction. He also seeks a court order declaring the rights and duties of the parties. He also seeks damages, penalties, attorney fees and expenses.
Case number: 10-C-281
State ex rel Tammy Ann S. vs. Honorable William Watkins, Judge of the Family Court of Putnam County, West Virginia, and Warren Mark S.
PA-Mike Clifford; J-Stowers
* The plaintiff seeks a writ of mandamus directing the Family Court to hold an immediate hearing on the custody of parties' 2-year-old child.
Case number: 10-C-283