GROW FINANCIAL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION vs. DAVID S QUEIPO (2024)

This case was last updated from Florida Pinellas Court System on 04/09/2021 at 05:13:01 (UTC).

Case Summary

On 09/13/2011 GROW FINANCIAL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION filed a Contract - Debt Collection lawsuit against DAVID S QUEIPO. This case was filed in Florida Pinellas Court System, Clearwater Historic Courthouse - County located in Pinellas, Florida. The Judge overseeing this case is McNARY, MYRA SCOTT. The case status is Not Classified By Court.

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Case Details

  • Case Number:

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  • Filing Date:

    09/13/2011

  • Case Status:

    Not Classified By Court

  • Case Type:

    Contract - Debt Collection

  • Court:

    Florida Pinellas Court System

  • Courthouse:

    Clearwater Historic Courthouse - County

  • County, State:

    Pinellas, Florida

Judge Details

Judge

McNARY, MYRA SCOTT

Party Details

Plaintiff

GROW FINANCIAL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

Defendant

QUEIPO, DAVID S ALSO KNOWN AS QUEIPO, DAVID SCOTT

Garnishee

MORAN TOWING CORPORATION

Attorney/Law Firm Details

Plaintiff Attorneys

EDWARD J AIOSA, ESQ

EDWARD J AIOSA

Court Documents

Docket Entries

12/31/2013

DocketREOPEN - CLOSED

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03/22/2013

DocketPLTF-PET'S MOTION; FOR ORDER FINDING THE DEFT IN CONTEMPT

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03/22/2013

DocketNOTICE OF FILING; AFFIDAVITS (ATTACHED)

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08/30/2012

DocketORDER; Comment: ORDER DISSOLVING WRIT OF GARNISHMENT OR17707PG1387-001; VER: F; P; Vol./Book 17707, Page 1387, 001 pages

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08/30/2012

DocketPLTF-PET'S MOTION; Comment: MOTION TO DISSOLVE CONTINUING WRIT OF GARNISHMENT; VER: F; P

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08/30/2012

DocketCASE REOPENED; Comment: REOPEN CASE/OTHER; VER: N; P

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08/30/2012

DocketATTORNEY COVER LETTER; Comment: ATTORNEY COVER LETTER; VER: F; P

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08/29/2012

DocketWRIT OF GARNISHMENT; Comment: C/C CONTINUING WRIT OF GARNISHMENT RETD SERVED; VER: F; K

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08/27/2012

DocketANSWER OF GARNISHEE; Comment: ANSWER OF GARNISHEE MORAN TOWING CORPORATION; VER: F; G

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08/24/2012

DocketCERTIFICATE; Comment: CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE OF MOTION CONTINUING GARNISHMENT; VER: F; P

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09/20/2011

DocketSUMMONS - SERVED; Comment: SUMMONS RETD SERVED DAVID S QUEIPO 091611; VER: F; K

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09/14/2011

DocketSummons - Fee Paid $; Comment: SUMMONS FEE PAID $10.00; VER: N; P

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09/14/2011

DocketCounty Civil Filing - Fee Paid $; Comment: COUNTY CIVIL FILING FEE PAID $300.00; VER: N; P

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09/14/2011

DocketSUMMONS TO PROCESS SERVER - PICK UP; Comment: SUMMONS TO PROCESS SERVER - PICK UP /JONES (1); VER: N; K

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09/13/2011

DocketCIVIL COVER SHEET; Comment: CIVIL COVER SHEET; VER: F; P

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09/13/2011

DocketATTORNEY COVER LETTER; Comment: ATTORNEY COVER LETTER; VER: F; P

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09/13/2011

DocketCOMPLAINT; Comment: COMPLAINT; VER: F; P

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09/13/2011

DocketTHIS CASE ASSIGNED BY CLERK TO SECTION; Comment: THIS CASE ASSIGNED BY CLERK TO SECTION 041 BY 4789 - RANDOM CO; VER: N; P

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09/13/2011

DocketCASE FILED

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09/13/2011

DocketCASE FILED

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Why is this public record being published online?

Case Type:

Contract - Debt Collection

Case Category:

Civil

Description:

Cases involving agreements to pay a specific amount of money (promissory notes, loan and credit card agreements, checks, etc.)

NOS Code:

140, 1140, 2140, 3140, 4140, 5140

GROW FINANCIAL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION vs. DAVID S QUEIPO

GROW FINANCIAL FEDERAL CREDIT UNION vs. DAVID S QUEIPO (2024)

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States With the Most Civil War Deaths

New York had the highest number of casualties, with 39,000 deaths. Illinois, North Carolina, Ohio, and Virginia all had 31,000 deaths. Alabama and Pennsylvania had 27,000 and Indiana had 24,000 deaths. South Carolina and Michigan had 18,000 and 13,000 deaths, respectively.

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