publish new law suits and judgments entered in the Circuit
and Associate Circuit Courts of Greene County. This provides a wealth of information
to attorneys, financial institutions, service businesses,
landlords, insurers and investors.
Following are some of the ways these can be used:
Dissolutions of Marriage: Property may soon come up for
sale and personal finances will certainly change - business
finances may also change and there may even be a change of
ownership in a business. Once divorces are finalized, both
parties will begin re-establishing themselves as individuals and
may need a variety of services including insurance, real estate,
home security, financial, etc.
Mechanics Liens: A lien is filed generally when money is
owed regarding some form of business transaction. Suppliers,
sub-contractors, contractors and developers use this information
to learn the financial health and reliability of each other.
Landlord/Tenant Disputes: Many landlords watch this
action closely and use the information gained when they are
filling their own vacancies.
Contract Disputes: Learn who is being sued for violating
terms of contracts and what the outcome of these disputes are.
Apply what you find to make decisions regarding your own
Criminal Judgments: Included are things like passing bad
checks, fraud, vandalism, possession of illegal drugs and theft.
Small Claims: These suits allow individuals and business to
address small (hence the name) disputes; often without involving
attorneys. Read who is being sued and who is filing suits.
What we have written here is by no means the only way
these listings can be used. We are a newspaper of record, and
as such, publish the proceedings that the law allows us to view.
The United States guarantees access to the law for all citizens,
and as a chronicle of that, our goal is to provide unequaled value
to all those who take the time to open our pages.