First Citizens Bank and Trust Company Inc v. Spirakis

Plaintiff: First Citizens Bank and Trust Company Inc
Defendant: George N Spirakis
Counter_claimant: George N Spirakis
Counter_defendant: First Citizens Bank and Trust Company Inc
Thirdparty_plaintiff: George N Spirakis
Thirdparty_defendant: United States Department of The Treasury and Federal Reserve System
Case Number: 4:2011cv02895
Filed: October 24, 2011
Court: South Carolina District Court
Office: Florence Office
County: Horry
Presiding Judge: R Bryan Harwell
Nature of Suit: Foreclosure
Cause of Action: 28:1345
Jury Demanded By: Defendant

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Date Filed#Document Text
May 30, 2012 29 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER granting 22 Motion to Dismiss Third-Party Complaint. It is further ordered that the remaining claims be remanded to the South Carolina Court of Common Pleas for Horry County. Signed by Honorable R Bryan Harwell on 5/30/2012.(hcic, )

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Plaintiff: First Citizens Bank and Trust Company Inc
Represented By: Douglas M Zayicek
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Defendant: George N Spirakis
Represented By: Sam G Stathos
Represented By: George N Spirakis
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Counter_claimant: George N Spirakis
Represented By: Sam G Stathos
Represented By: George N Spirakis
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Counter_defendant: First Citizens Bank and Trust Company Inc
Represented By: Douglas M Zayicek
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Thirdparty_plaintiff: George N Spirakis
Represented By: George N Spirakis
Represented By: Sam G Stathos
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Thirdparty_defendant: United States Department of The Treasury
Represented By: John Douglas Barnett
Represented By: Matthew J Modica
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Thirdparty_defendant: Federal Reserve System
Represented By: John Douglas Barnett
Represented By: Matthew J Modica
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