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Pleadings & Filings


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CJ-90-7945 - City Savings Bank F S B Vs. Emerson Nell Execution Returned R:1210 F:309.

CJ-90-8015 - Savings Of America Inc A Calif Vs. Kornfeld Phyllis M Et Al Affidavit Of Service Of Journal Entry Of Judgment.

CJ-90-8017 - Mcclary John D Et Al Vs. Old Republic Insurance Company Certificate Of Mailing John B Norman.

CJ-90-8017 - Mcclary John D Et Al Vs. Old Republic Insurance Company Answer To Interrogatories.

CJ-90-8053 - Local Federal Bank Fsb Formerl Vs. Forsythe David L Et Al Receiver's Report Weldon Hughes.

CJ-90-8064 - Federal Home Loan Mortgage Cor Vs. Estate Of William O Tharp Et A Execution Returned R:1210 F:314.

CJ-90-8066 - Collins Johnell And Felicia Vs. Hamilton Michael Order/pltfs Will Produce Resp To Deft's Req For.

CJ-90-8088 - Ford Consumer Finance Company Vs. Bitaraf Hamid Et Al Final Order Confirming Shff Sale/t.Smith.

CJ-90-8099 - Norman John W Inc Vs. Broan Mfg Co Inc Response To Response Of Broan Mfg Co Inc To.

CJ-90-8199 - Campbell Brenda D Et Al Vs. File Charles Joseph Deposition Of:Brenda Dianne Campbell.

CJ-90-8201 - First Oklahoma Corporationq Vs. H R D Mexican Foods Inc Certificate Of Mailing Of Judgment To Carson L.

CJ-90-8204 - Federal National Mortgage Asso Vs. Craig Michael E Et Al Notice By Publication.

CJ-90-8204 - Federal National Mortgage Asso Vs. Craig Michael E Et Al Affidavit For Service By Publication.

CJ-90-8265 - Bank Of Oklahoma National Aso Vs. Smith Kimberly Jean Et Al Notice Of Hearing Conf Sale 3/26 9A.

CJ-90-8265 - Bank Of Oklahoma National Aso Vs. Smith Kimberly Jean Et Al Execution Returned R:1210 F:323.

CJ-90-8312 - Colvin Martha Ann Vs. …

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