Cases filed in Florida
Cases 31 - 40 of 73
The Provident Bank v. Miller
as 2:2012cv00335
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Carl L. Miller
Cause Of Action: Shipping
Type: Contract Marine
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
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. Head et al
as 8:2012cv01123
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Donald G. Head, Karen A. Head
Cause Of Action: Commercial Instruments and Maritime Liens
Type: Contract Marine
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. 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. 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. Plesko et al
as 6:2011cv01785
Plaintiff: The Provident Bank
Defendant: Jeffrey J. Plesko, Kathleen A. Plesko
Cause Of Action: Diversity-Breach of Contract
Type: Contract Marine

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