Victoria Brown v. Steel Capital Steel, et al

Defendant - Appellee: STEEL CAPITAL STEEL, FIRST FRANKLIN LOAN SERVICING and PNC BANK
Plaintiff - Appellant: VICTORIA BROWN
Case Number: 13-1293
Filed: March 12, 2013
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Real Property: Foreclosure

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Defendant - appellee: STEEL CAPITAL STEEL
Represented By: Christian R. Biasell
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Defendant - appellee: FIRST FRANKLIN LOAN SERVICING
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Defendant - appellee: PNC BANK
Represented By: William George Asimakis
Represented By: Matthew Williams Heron
Represented By: Bethany G. Stawasz
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Plaintiff - appellant: VICTORIA BROWN
Represented By: Victoria Brown
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