8/20/2012 8:00:00 AM Quentin M. Kauffman, Brittany A. Kauffman
State of Indiana SS:
County of Fulton
Fulton Circuit Court
2012 Calendar Term
Cause No. 25C01-1207-MF-00566
First Federal Savings Bank
QUENTIN M. KAUFFMAN
BRITTANY A. KAUFFMAN, n/k/a
BRITTANY A. RANDLE
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
The State of Indiana to the defendants above named, and any other person who may be concerned.
You are hereby notified the Defendant, Quentin M. Kauffman, is being sued by First Federal Savings Bank in the above captioned matter in the Fulton Circuit Court, Fulton County, State of Indiana.
The nature of the suit is a civil action wherein the plaintiff has filed a complaint on a Promissory Note and for Mortgage Foreclosure demanding judgment on a promissory note and the foreclosure of a mortgage on the defendant at the property located at 421 Pontiac Street, Rochester, Indiana 46975, in Fulton County, Indiana which property is more particularly described as follows to-wit:
Lot #177 in Shryock and Bozarth's Addition to the Town, now City of Rochester, Indiana. EXCEPT: 7 1/2 feet of uniform width off of the entire South side of said lot. ALSO EXCEPT: 37 1/2 feet of uniform width off of the entire North side of said lot leaving the portion of said Lot hereby conveyed described as follows: Commencing at a point 7 1/2 feet North of the Southwest corner of Lot #177, thence East 165 feet; thence North 37 1/2 feet; thence West 165 feet; thence South 37 1/2 feet to the place of beginning.
More commonly known as:
421 Pontiac Street,
Rochester, IN 46975
This summons by publication and notice is specifically direct to the defendant, Jon D. Fultz, whose whereabouts are unknown. You must answer or otherwise respond to the complaint in writing, by you or your attorney, on or before the 17th day of September, 2012, and in case you fail to do so, judgment by default may be entered against you for the relief demanded by the plaintiff in the complaint.
If you have a claim for relief against the plaintiff arising out of the transaction of occurrence that is the subject matter of the plaintiff's claim, you must assert it in your written answer.