Charles Hebb v. Homeq Servicing Corporation

Plaintiff - Appellant: CHARLES HEBB and CHARLENE HEBB
Defendant - Appellee: PREMIER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, now known as Maximus Financial Corporation and HOMEQ SERVICING CORPORATION, f/k/a TMS Mortgage
Case Number: 11-1270
Filed: March 30, 2011
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Negotiable Instruments

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Plaintiff - appellant: CHARLES HEBB
Represented By: Edwin David Hoskins
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Plaintiff - appellant: CHARLENE HEBB
Represented By: Edwin David Hoskins
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Defendant - appellee: PREMIER FINANCIAL CORPORATION, now known as Maximus Financial Corporation
Represented By: Philip Melton Andrews
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Defendant - appellee: HOMEQ SERVICING CORPORATION, f/k/a TMS Mortgage
Represented By: Renita Lynne Collins
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