Cases filed in Florida
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THE PROVIDENT BANK v. BOBBY CRESAP AND MAJKEN PETERZEN et al
as 4:2012cv00088
Plaintiff: THE PROVIDENT BANK
Defendant: BOBBY CRESAP AND MAJKEN PETERZEN, MAJKEN PETERZEN, ROBERT CLAYTON CRESAP
Cause Of Action: Admiralty
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Vento
as 1:2012cv21968
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: OSVALDO MANUEL VENTO
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. May
as 9:2012cv80891
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Steven M May
Cause Of Action: Admiralty
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Miller
as 2:2012cv00335
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Carl L. Miller
Cause Of Action: Shipping
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Ponce et al
as 1:2017cv21119
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Carlos M Ponce, Silvia N Ponce
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Kneapler
as 1:2009cv22963
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Stephen J Kneapler
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Type: Contract None
PROVIDENT BANK v. WARE et al
as 8:2009cv00301
Plaintiff: Provident Bank
Defendant: STANLEY W WARE, M/V GIMINI 13, M/V GIMINI 13
Cause Of Action: Federal Question
Type: Contract None
PROVIDENT BANK v. CRESAP et al
as 4:2012cv00271
Plaintiff: PROVIDENT BANK
Defendant: ROBERT CLAYTON CRESAP, MAJKEN PETERZEN, BOBBY CRESAP AND MAJKEN PETERZEN
Cause Of Action: Admiralty
Type: Contract Marine
Plaintiff v. Defendant
as 0:2014cv60812
Plaintiff: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Defendant: Plaintiff v. Defendant
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
Provident Bank v. Fox Family, LLC et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 6:2013cv00908
Defendant: Fox Family, LLC, Robert L. Fox
Plaintiff: Provident Bank
Cause Of Action: Commercial Instruments and Maritime Liens

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