Wants propertysubject to lien

Erica Harrison, 322 W. Ridge St., Lansford, has filed a civil action against two persons and a business in that borough, seeking to have a property and a vehicle owned by them subject to a lien previously ordered by the court.

The plaintiff filed the suit as parent and natural guardian of Anders Nisen against Deanna J. Renzo and Paul J. Hruska, both of 428 E. Front St., and Carbon Premier Realty, LLC, 2 E. Ridge St., all of Lansford.

In the complaint, Harrison alleges the child suffered injuries to his face and head on April 29, 2008, as a result of Ms. Renzo's failure to maintain a property she then owned at 2 E. Ridge St. in a safe condition. Then on Oct. 5, 2012, following a non-jury trial in the county court, the court entered a verdict in favor of Harrison, on behald of her child, and against Renzo in the amount of $34,455, with the prothonotary entering that judgment against Renzo after the order was signed and upon praecipe of Harrison.

The basis of Harrison's latest action is the alleged fraudulent transfers of property which the plaintiff says was done to avoid them being subject to the liens ordered by the court verdict.

Harrison contends Renzo was aware her assets were subject to lawsuit and judgment stemming from the child's fall. The plaintiff argues Renzo transferred the East Ridge Street property to Carbon Premier Realty just 21 days after the youth's fall, and that she transferred a 2005 Lincoln automobile to Hruska on March 9, 2012, both with intent to hinder or delay her creditors, including Harrison.

She is asking the court to issue an order setting aside the conveyances and making them adjudged subject to the lien.

Appeals decision

Capital One Bank, USA, Glen Allen, Va., has appealed a decision rendered Dec. 3 by Magisterial District Judge Joseph D. Homanko Sr. in favor of John S. Minzola, 7 E. Maple St., Tresckow, against the bank.

The appellant is challenging the judge's decision against in whereby it sought default judgment in the amount of $3,332.47.

Minor's compromise

A petition to allow a minor's compromise over a personal injury case in which more than $25,000 is in controversy has been filed by a Lehighton couple on behalf of their minor child.

Lori and David Lucykanish, 2700 W. Lizard Creek Road, Lehighton, filed the suit by writ of summons on behalf of their minor child, Brooke A. Lucykanish, against Caitlyn A. Peters, 391 W. Lizard Creek Road, Lehighton.

The claim is on the basis of damages/injuries caused in a motor vehicle accident.