US District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee Real Property Cases

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Arp et al v. Tennessee Valley Authority
as 3:2009cv00584
Plaintiff: Jack Arp, Phyllis Arp
Defendant: Tennessee Valley Authority
Cause Of Action: Sherman-Clayton Act
Smith v. Tennessee Valley Authority
as 3:2009cv00591
Plaintiff: Mark Smith
Defendant: Tennessee Valley Authority
Cause Of Action: Tort Claim
Fulford et al v. Tennessee Valley Authority
as 3:2009cv00582
Plaintiff: Michelle Fulford, Michelle Fulford
Defendant: Tennessee Valley Authority
Cause Of Action: Sherman-Clayton Act
Pickel et al v. Tennessee Valley Authority
as 3:2009cv00570
Plaintiff: Gilbert D Pickel, Linda B Pickel
Defendant: Tennessee Valley Authority
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Tort Action
Malenovsky et al v. Tennessee Valley Authority
as 3:2009cv00571
Plaintiff: Stacy Malenovsky, Tisha Malenovsky
Defendant: Tennessee Valley Authority
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Tort Action
Smith et al v. Tennessee Valley Authority
as 3:2009cv00568
Plaintiff: Shawn Smith, Leslie Smith
Defendant: Tennessee Valley Authority
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Tort Action
Kyker v. Tennessee Valley Authority
as 3:2009cv00569
Plaintiff: Julia Kyker
Defendant: Tennessee Valley Authority
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Tort Action
Rivers et al v. Tennessee Valley Authority
as 3:2009cv00572
Plaintiff: James D Rivers, Constance Rivers
Defendant: Tennessee Valley Authority
Cause Of Action: Sherman-Clayton Act
Murphy et al v. Tennessee Valley Authority
as 3:2009cv00564
Plaintiff: Theodore Murphy, Jill Murphy
Defendant: Tennessee Valley Authority
Cause Of Action: Sherman-Clayton Act
Parkison et al v. Tennessee Valley Authority
as 3:2009cv00565
Plaintiff: Lane Parkison, Sylvia Parkison
Defendant: Tennessee Valley Authority
Cause Of Action: Sherman-Clayton Act

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