Green Tree Servicing seeks possession of manufactured home

David Yates Aug. 23, 2012, 4:50am


Green Tree Servicing has filed suit against Jimmy Rolison and Timothy Rolison, alleging the men have defaulted on their payments for a manufactured home.

The suit was filed Aug. 16 in Jefferson County District Court.

According to the petition, on April 12, 1996, Jimmy executed a manufactured home retail installment contract.

However, he defaulted on the contract and was sent notice of the default and given a right to cure but has failed to do so, the suit states.

As of Aug. 21, the payoff amount owed on the contract is $30,200.40, the suit states.

The suit states that Timothy is currently living in the manufactured home and refuses to vacate.

Green Tree Servicing is asking the court to enter a judgment requiring a county sheriff or deputy to take the manufactured home and deliver possession to the company.

The company is represented by Richard McKinney, attorney for the Addison law firm Higier Allen & Lautin.

Judge Bob Wortham, 58th District Court, is assigned to the case.

Case No. A192-879

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