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Published December 27. 2011 05:01PM

Mortgage foreclosures

The following actions were filed as mortgage foreclosures for alleged defaults on loans:

The Mauch Chunk Trust Company, 1111 North St., Jim Thorpe, filed against David A. Kutz, 348 W. Kline Ave., Lansford, and the United States of America, Washington, D.C., over properties at that address and at 408 W. Kline Ave., Lansford. The bank is seeking $48,405.16, plus continuing interest, costs and fees, for the outstanding mortgage loan note, and removal of two federal tax liens in the amounts of $35,095.55 and $9,671.88 that are filed against the properties by the revenue department.

Credit defaults

The following actions were filed by a credit card companies, or their collection agencies, for alleged defaults on a credit card/loan account:

FIA Card Services, N.A., Newark, Del., filed against George Fetch Jr., 80 Palm Circle, Lehighton, seeking $14,401.64.

FIA Card Services, N.A., Newark, Del., filed against Peggy S. Holtzinger, 548 Lehigh Ave., Palmerton, seeking $7,237.62.

Club seeks dues

The Pleasant Valley West Club, 4 Creek Road, Jim Thorpe, the duly organized association of property owners in the Pleasant Valley West Subdivision, Penn Forest Township, has filed judgments against property owners who are delinquent in annual dues owed the club.

The judgments were certified by District Justice Edward M. Lewis and placed on record in the prothonotary office.

In the individual complaints, the club asserts that the restrictive covenants of the Pleasant Valley West Subdivision, which are applicable to all of the lots in the development, provide the owner of any lot shall pay the club administration, control, maintenance and repair of the roads and common facilities dues annually.

The club is seeking outstanding dues, interest and legal fees from the following lot owners:

Winthrop A. and Gloria Holder, Brooklyn, N.Y., $823.50; Access Services, Inc., 1787 Rt. 903, Jim Thorpe, $1,161; Rose Technical, LLC, c/o Molly Krause, Land Service, Olympia, Wash., $823.50; Paul Emilio and Stephen Paoli, Staten Island, N.Y., $470; John and Katica Mrvica and Amy Haes, 67 Forest Lake Drive, Jim Thorpe, $894.53; Danny Family Trust, c/o Glenn Keller, 1933 State Rt. 903, Jim Thorpe, $516.03; Kenneth A. Alvarado Jr., Conrona, N.Y., $82.50; Michael Charles McIntire, Prior Lake, Minn., $470; Cherokee Valley Homes, Inc., P.O. Box 967, 1 Pilgrim Way, Brodheadsville, $470; Lorenzo A. Brieba, New York, N.Y., $220; and William A. Thum, Riverhead, N.Y., $470.

Divorce started

Christina Moore, 3 Greenwood Road, Lake Harmony, filed against Robert Moore, P.O. Box 50, Lake Harmony. They were married on Feb. 29, 2004.

Contractor owes outstanding bill

American Builders & Contractors Supply Co., Inc., a/k/a ABC Supply Co., Wilkes-Barre, has filed a complaint in confession of judgment against Hinkle Construction Co., Inc., and Stephen Hinkle, individually, 1206 Quakake Road, Weatherly, seeking judgment in its favor in the amount of $11,389.18, plus interest.

The plaintiff claims it maintains a retail store at the above location, where the defendant incurred debt to ABC. Subsequently, the parties entered into a settlement agreement whereby Hinkle would meet the obligations of debt in which he defaulted, although the complaint states the defendant failed to cure the default.

The complaint says the firm initially owed ABC $32,436.50, but paid $24,000 toward the arrearage. It is seeking the balance, interest, filing fees and attorney's costs.

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