First Merit Bank, N.A., as successor in interest by assignment from the FDIC as receiver for Midwest Bank and Trust Company v. Caradonna Enterprises, LLC et al
Plaintiff: First Merit Bank, N.A., as successor in interest by assignment from the FDIC as receiver for Midwest Bank and Trust Company
Defendant: Joe Doe, as beneficiary of trust agreement dated December 11, 1984 and known as Trust Number 4460, Nicholas Caradonna, Chicago Title Land Trust Company, as successor trustee to North Star Trust Company, as successor Trustee to Harris Trust Savings Bank, formerly known as Harris Bank Palatine, N.A., successor to Suburb, Caradonna Enterprises, LLC and Jane Doe, as beneficiary of trust agreement dated December 11, 1984 and known as Trust Number 4460
Case Number: 1:2014cv01582
Filed: March 6, 2014
Court: US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
Office: Chicago Office
County: Cook
Presiding Judge: Virginia M. Kendall
Nature of Suit: Foreclosure
Cause of Action: 28:1332
Jury Demanded By: None
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Defendant: Joe Doe, as beneficiary of trust agreement dated December 11, 1984 and known as Trust Number 4460
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Defendant: Nicholas Caradonna
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Defendant: Chicago Title Land Trust Company, as successor trustee to North Star Trust Company, as successor Trustee to Harris Trust Savings Bank, formerly known as Harris Bank Palatine, N.A., successor to Suburb
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Defendant: Jane Doe, as beneficiary of trust agreement dated December 11, 1984 and known as Trust Number 4460
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Plaintiff: First Merit Bank, N.A., as successor in interest by assignment from the FDIC as receiver for Midwest Bank and Trust Company
Represented By: Tejal S Desai
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