Daily Legal News - Probate Court Notices : 920642 Paul Mikhli


    920642—Paul Mikhli vs. Harry Adler, et al.

    Harry Adler, whose last known place of residence is 232 Meadowwood Ln., Mooreland Hills, OH 44022, otherwise whose place of residence is unknown; Melissa Adler, whose last known place of residence is 232 Meadowwood Ln., Mooreland Hills, OH 44022, otherwise whose place of residence is unknown, will take notice that on August 29, 2019, the undersigned, Paul Mikhli, filed his complaint in the Court of Common Pleas, 1200 Ontario Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44113, of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, alleging that by virtue of the actions herein described the Adler defendants have committed fraud and used Plaintiffs name and credit to their own benefit.

    Plaintiff says that upon belief and information Defendants' Adler conspired to defraud and purloin monies through the taking and use of credit cards and should be required to account for all use of the cards, and to repay Defendant for his losses. Plaintiff says that despite requests the credit card companies have declined to investigate this matter in any detail.

    Furthermore Plaintiff should receive a declaratory judgment declaring

    a. That the credit cards were used without Plaintiff's authority

    b. That the user of the credit cards are the Adler Defendants and other defendants obligated to the extent that they benefitted from the credit cards

    c. That pursuant to law, defendant financial entities are not entitled to collect balances from Plaintiff and must withdraw any impairments to plaintiff's credit.

    Defendants have been unjustly enriched in the amounts described and that Plaintiff should be compensated for the monies unjustly received by defendants plus the interest and penalties charged for said monies.

    Defendant Banks should be estopped to make claims for losses which through usual and customary diligence could have been avoided.

    Wherefore: Plaintiff prays this Court for a judgment:

    A. Plaintiff demands judgment against the Adler Defendants, jointly and severally for such amounts as are shown to be proper but which may exceed approximately eighty thousand dollars with penalties; for punitive damages of one hundred fifty thousand dollars, and for indemnity of expenses in dealing with claims of the credit card companies, and attorney fees.

    B. Plaintiff further demands that this Court declare that the credit cards were improperly used and declare through judgment that Plaintiff is not obligated to the credit card companies thereon and decree that defendant banks be estopped to collect sums claimed by defendant Banks which damages are the result of the bank's failure to monitor credit card usage.

    C. Plaintiff further demands judgment against defendant landlord, college, and defendant, auto repair Company for reimbursement for amounts improperly accepted which monies are properly the properties of the card companies.

    D. Judgment against Defendant Adler's for attorney fees.

    E. All plus costs and interest herein.

    The defendant^ named above ^ required to answer on or before the 6th day of February, 2020.

    Paul Mikhli.

    By Kent Minshall, Attorney for Plaintiff.

    Dec5-12-19-26, 2019Jan2-9, 2020

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