Real Property Cases filed in Illinois
Patch of Land Lending, LLC v. Aesir Property Management, LLC Series 1, Being Series 1 of Aesir Property Management, LLC, et al
as 1:2016cv10556
Defendant: Aesir Property Management, LLC Series 1, Being Series 1 of Aesir Property Management, LLC, Aesir Property Management, LLC, Mark Rossi and others
Plaintiff: Patch of Land Landing Lending, LLC
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Mortgage Foreclosure
Patch of Land Lending, LLC v. Dynamic Real Estate, LLC et al
as 1:2017cv00437
Defendant: Dynamic Real Estate, LLC, Charles Richard Schultz, Central Buyer Corporation and others
Plaintiff: Patch of Land Lending, LLC
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Other Contract
Patch of Land Lending, LLC v. Dynamic Real Estate, LLC et al
as 1:2017cv00779
Defendant: Dynamic Real Estate, LLC, Charles Richard Schultz, City of Chicago, Illinois and others
Plaintiff: Patch of Land Lending, LLC
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Mortgage Foreclosure
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 We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2014cv01582
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 and others
Plaintiff: First Merit Bank, N.A., as successor in interest by assignment from the FDIC as receiver for Midwest Bank and Trust Company
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Mortgage Foreclosure
Patch of Land Lending, LLC v. Click Realty and Development, LLC et al
as 1:2016cv10789
Plaintiff: Patch of Land Lending, LLC
Defendant: Click Realty and Development, LLC, Latrese Williams, City of Chicago, Illinois and others
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Mortgage Foreclosure

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