New Cases before the District Court

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New Cases before the District Court


SPECIAL Received 1-10-89

CS-89-74 - Thom & Hendrick PC an Oklahoma Professional corp vs Keith Crosby an individual; on acct, $3254.12, etc; Gaillynn Boles Brooks atty; assg Judge Ricks.

CS-89-95 - Kenneth Walton Payne vs Ginelle Nave & Sandra K Davis; prom note, $2761.94, etc; Mark Blasdel atty; assg Judge Ricks. (attys lien claimed).

CS-89-98 - General Motors Acceptance Corp vs Jimmy J Mullennix; on acct, $7142.98, etc; Richard A Robinson atty; assg Judge Howard.

CS-89-99 - JRW Services Inc a Texas corp vs Mike Mayfield dba Mayfield Exploration; alleged breach of contr, $4300.00, etc; Roger Graham & John D Robertson attys; assg Judge Ricks.

CS-89-100 - B D Eddie Enterprises vs The Door & Window Store Inc; pet forci ent & detain, $550.00, etc; Stephen L Degiusti atty; assg Judge Gorelick.

CS-89-101 - Homsey-Nagness Joint Venture an Oklahoma General Partnership vs Ken Wooden dba Marineland; pet forci ent & detain, $2010.00, etc; Allen Campbell atty; assg Judge Gorelick.

CS-89-102 - Dorothy Sullivan vs Cruz Martinez Duran; alleged negligence dmg pers prop, $2455.18, etc; D Norman Easter II atty; assg Judge (no judge indic).

CS-89-103 - Dianna Bailey vs Irene Gustafson; alleged negligence dmg pers prop, $2187.00, etc; D Norman Easter II atty; assg Judge Gray.

CS-89-104 - Ricky Roach vs Dwayne Harmon & Petro Fab Inc; alleged negligence dmg pers prop, $1729.57, etc; D Norman Easter II atty; assg Judge Gorelick.

CS-89-105 - State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company vs David Charles Lenhart & Roberta L Harris; alleged negligence dmg pers prop & pers injy, $10,402.89, etc; D Norman Easter II atty; assg Judge (no judge indic).

CS-89-106 - Credit Collections Inc vs Steve W Cowan & Cheryl Cowan aka Sheri Cowan; on acct, $1573.65, etc; Richard A Robinson atty; assg Judge Howard. (atty lien claimed).

CS-89-107 - Household Finance Corporation III a Delaware corp vs Carl P Smith & Elizabeth Smith; prom note, $2424. …

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