PNC Bank, N.A. v. Serenity Care, Inc. et al
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|April 30, 2014
ORDER re: 21 Motion for Default Judgment, the court finds that plaintiff is entitled to judgment against Serenity Care for the principal, interest and late fees claimed under the note. Plaintiff is ORDERED to submit billing records and an affidavit reflecting the time and rate that were incurred. Once the court makes its findings with regard to the requested attorney's fees, judgment will be entered. Signed by Judge Callie V. S. Granade on 4/30/2014. (mab)
|April 3, 2013
Order, the clerk is directed to close this matter for statistical purposes as set out. The parties shall file a written notice w/the court within 30 days of the resolution of the bankruptcy proceedings as to Serenity Care, Inc., or of a lift of the stay, at which time this action will be reinstated to the court's active docket. Signed by Judge Callie V. S. Granade on 4/3/2013. (tot)
|March 27, 2013
DEFAULT JUDGMENT in favor of PNC Bank, N.A. against Dft Melvin Richardson in the total amount of $270,891.84 as set out. Costs are taxed to Dft Richardson, for which let execution issue. This action shall remain pending as to the Corporate Dft, Serenity Care, Inc., due to its pending bankruptcy case, to be disposed of in due course. Signed by Judge Callie V. S. Granade on 3/27/2013. (copy mailed to Dft @ 8505 Gayla Court, Mobile, AL 36695, on 3/28/13) (tot)
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