Travelers Property Casualty Company of America v. Terry

Plaintiff: Travelers Property Casualty Company of America
Defendant: William Wesley Terry
Case Number: 3:2009cv00316
Filed: April 3, 2009
Court: Tennessee Middle District Court
Office: Torts to Land Office
County: Davidson
Referring Judge: E. Clifton Knowles
Presiding Judge: John T. Nixon
Nature of Suit: Plaintiff
Cause of Action: Diversity
Jury Demanded By: 28:1332 Diversity-Torts to Land

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Date Filed#Document Text
January 7, 2010 36 Opinion or Order of the Court AGREED ORDER OF DISMISSAL: This matter is dismissed with prejudice. The parties shall bear their own costs. Signed by Senior Judge John T. Nixon on 1/7/10. (km)

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Plaintiff: Travelers Property Casualty Company of America
Represented By: Joseph L. Broy
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