Cases filed in the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida
Cases 21 - 30 of 47
The Provident Bank v. Couch
as 0:2012cv60951
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Richard S. Couch
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Salgado
as 1:2012cv21724
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Alexander Manuel Salgado
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Carlson
as 0:2012cv60253
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Karen S Carlson
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Morales
as 1:2012cv20515
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Rodolfo Morales
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Villaraos
as 1:2011cv24048
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Alfonso Villaraos
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
The Provident Bank v. Espinel
as 0:2011cv62405
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Lachy E. Espinel
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Rivera
as 0:2011cv62108
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Leo A. Rivera
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Alvarez et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 1:2011cv22994
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Michele J Alvarez, Alberto Martinez
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Capilla
as 1:2011cv22359
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Carlos C Capilla
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine
The Provident Bank v. Lassus
as 1:2011cv22333
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Alain E. Lassus
Cause Of Action: Admiralty - Foreclose Ship's Mortgage
Type: Contract Marine

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