Court Denies Tenant’s Motion for Relief from Judgment – Ventrello v. Mercer

March 2015

Ventrello, et al. v. Mercer, Civil Action 2014C30310, Delta District Court. Karen Wheeler represented landlord clients who filed an FED action against a tenant. The matter ultimately resolved by agreement. The tenant thereafter sought to escape the terms of the agreement. However, the Court denied the tenant’s Motion for Relief from Judgment.

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