Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation v. Emig

Plaintiff: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Defendant: Dana Joann Emig
Case Number: 8:2012cv00449
Filed: February 16, 2012
Court: South Carolina District Court
Office: Anderson/Greenwood Office
County: Oconee
Presiding Judge: Timothy M Cain
Nature of Suit: Foreclosure
Cause of Action: 12:1819
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
September 18, 2012 26 Opinion or Order of the Court JUDGMENT OF FORECLOSURE AND SALE,There is due the FDIC-R on the Note and Mortgage the sum of $595,329.77, as set out in the Findings of Fact herein, together with interest at the rate provided therein on the balance of principal from the date aforesaid to the date hereof. (gpre, )

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Plaintiff: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Represented By: Francesca Macchiaverna
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