WHEELING – The owner of a Wheeling home alleges the property was sold at a public auction and she was not given notice of the sale.
Jennifer Hayes filed a complaint in Ohio Circuit Court against Union Bank alleging violation of state codes.
The suit states that the plaintiff purchased a home at 5 Greentree Road, Wheeling on Aug. 27, 2014, and in May 2018, the defendant forwarded to the plaintiff a notice of right to cure default for the total of $889.03. The plaintiff alleges she had already cured the default and on July 23, 2018, the defendant forwarded a second notice of right to cure default for $765.85.
The plaintiff alleges she was not notified when a substitution of trustee occurred and on Feb. 4, the plaintiff's home was sold on public auction to the defendant. The plaintiff alleges she was sent a notice to vacate the property even though the she had not received a notice of the sale.
The plaintiff alleges she was told that she had to pay off the full balance of her loan within 10 days, and the total she had to pay was $22,010.73.
The plaintiff is seeking to enjoin the defendant from finishing the foreclosure process and alleges the proper foreclosure procedures were not followed.
The plaintiff is seeking all reasonable sums due, attorney fees and court costs. The plaintiff is represented by Teresa C. Toriseva and Jake J. Polverini in Wheeling.
The case has been assigned to Judge Michael Olejasz.
Ohio Circuit Court case number 19-C-96