Gros Ventre Group III, LLC v. First Bank of Idaho, FSB et al

Plaintiff: Gros Ventre Group III, LLC
Defendant: First Bank of Idaho, FSB and The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Case Number: 1:2009cv00621
Filed: December 1, 2009
Court: Idaho District Court
Office: Boise - Southern Office
County: Ada - Southern
Presiding Judge: B. Lynn Winmill
Nature of Suit: Plaintiff
Cause of Action: 12:1821 Default of Loan by Promissory Note
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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Plaintiff: Gros Ventre Group III, LLC
Represented By: Matthew Joseph Ryden
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