Sixth Circuit Real Property Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 6,578
Tanner v. JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
as 1:2015cv00524
Plaintiff: Christopher Tanner
Defendant: JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
Cause Of Action: (a) Fed. Question: Real Property
Kelly v. U.S. Bank National Association
as 1:2015cv01019
Plaintiff: Priscilla Kelly
Defendant: U.S. Bank National Association
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Pacifico v. Nationstar Mortgage, LLC et al
as 2:2015cv11841
Plaintiff: Kelly G. Pacifico
Defendant: Nationstar Mortgage, LLC , Bank of New York Mellon
Charles Stout v. First Tennessee Bank, et al
as 15-5538
Plaintiff - Appellant: CHARLES EDWARD STOUT
Pimpleton v. U.S. Bank National Association et al
as 1:2015cv00512
Plaintiff: Nafeesa M. Pimpleton
Defendant: U.S. Bank National Association , Michigan State Housing Development Authority
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
Fortune et al v. Matrix Financial Services Corporation et al
as 2:2015cv11785
Plaintiff: Gary A. Fortune , Tamla R. Duncan
Defendant: Matrix Financial Services Corporation , Flagstar Bank, FSB
Gwendolyn Hurst v. FNMA, et al
as 15-1586
Plaintiff - Appellant: GWENDOLYN HURST
Defendant - Appellee: FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, a corporation organized under the laws of the United States of America, FEDERAL HOUSING FINANCE AGENCY, a Federal Agency, JACK LEW, Secretary of Treasury and others
Mid South Home Rentals v. Rahaman
as 2:2015cv02333
Plaintiff: Mid South Home Rentals
Defendant: Trevor Kalyan Rahaman
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal- Foreclosure
Kinaya v. Green Tree Servicing, LLC et al
as 2:2015cv11764
Plaintiff: Louay Kinaya
Defendant: Green Tree Servicing, LLC , The Federal National Mortgage Association
King et al v. Seterus, Inc. et al
as 2:2015cv11771
Plaintiff: Jeremy D. King , Melisa A. King
Defendant: Seterus, Inc. , Federal National Mortgage Association
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