Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America v. Young Construction & Paving, LLC et al
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|August 18, 2010
Signed by the Honorable Frederick J. Kapala on 8/18/2010:Travelers' motions for summary judgment on its breach of contract claim 215 , against the Youngs on their counterclaim 210 , and against Wells and Vander Bleek on their counterclaim [205 ] are granted. Wells and Vander Bleeks' partial motion for summary judgment against Travelers 202 is granted in part and denied in part. TGT and Curran's motions for summary judgment against the Youngs 220 and Wells and Vander Bleek [21 8] are denied as moot. Sauk Valley Bank's motion for summary judgment 192 is denied as moot. Wells and Vander Bleek's motion for summary judgment against Young LLC and the Youngs 212 is denied as moot. The third-party complaints brought by the Youngs, Wells and Vander Bleek, and Travelers' cross claim are dismissed without prejudice. Travelers is directed to submit an affidavit to the court stating their total loss and to advise the court if it wants to proceed on its claims for specific performance and injunctive relief within fourteen days.[For further details see text below.] Docketing mailed notice(pg, )
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