CIVIL FILINGS: Lincoln County

by Harmon Marks |
Apr. 15, 2011, 2:10am

March 21
Paul and Penny Cooley vs. Aaron M. and Christina L. Graley
PA- Patrick K. Maroney; J- Jay M. Hoke
* The Cooleys want the Graleys evicted from a Sod location that the Lewis County plaintiffs own, complaining that terms of a June 2009 Real Estate Purchase Agreement have not been met and Graleys failed to make rental payments. Defendants were unable to obtain financing in June 2010 to purchase their residence. They were given written notices to vacate in October 2010 and last February, the complaint says. Cooleys want judgment for rental and installment monies covering any property damages, plus whatever additional relief the Court may deem just and necessary.
Case number: 11-C-18

March 28
U.S. Bank N.A. vs. James L. and Amber L. Wood
PA- Robert L. Bndy; J- Hoke
* Bank complains the Sod residents have not kept up payments on a Retail Installment Contract begun in November 2009 for purchase of a manufactured home. Dealer assigned the agreement to Plaintiff, which says the unit is a security interest, or collateral, for payment and performance of obligations. Bank cites payments have not been made since November 2010, thus defaulting the contract with Woods owing more than $104,200 as of last February, together with accruing interest. Complaint seeks Court order for Lincoln County Sheriff to assist Bank with repossession of the manufactured home.
Case number: 11-C-20

April 4
Dolly Little as next friend and natural parent of Josie Little, a minor child vs. Lincoln County Board of Education
PA- Kenneth P. Hicks; J- Hoke
* Personal injury suit seeks jury awards relative to a September 2010 event at Hamlin Pre-K School, where the Branchland child, in exiting her bus and walking to the school entrance, "was caused to trip and fall on an uneven surface in the walkway area," as described in the complaint. Inspection, maintenance and general upkeep and safety of school grounds, says complaint, is School Board's responsibility. Parent Dolly Little demands judgment in an amount that fully compensates her minor child for injuries and damages, together with pre- and post-judgment interest, litigation costs, and any other relief deemed appropriate.
Case number: 11-C-21

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