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Bank alleges promissory note customer owes more than $135,000

By Carrie Bradon | Mar 9, 2017

GRETNA – A bank is suing a promissory note customer, alleging he owes more than $135,000.

The Bank of New York Mellon, formerly known as The Bank of New York, as trustee (CWALT 2004-24CB), filed a suit March 6 against Angelo Michalatos in 24th Judicial District Court, alleging sums due on a promissory note.

According to the claim, Bank of New York Mellon is the holder of a promissory note for the balance of $136,800. The suit states Michalatos was required to make regular payments on the balance of the note but has failed to do so. The lawsuit states the defendant still owes the plaintiff $135,415.83, plus interest and fees.

Bank of New York Mellon seeks allsums due, attorney fees and court costs. It is represented by attorney Corey J. Giroir of The Law Offices of Herschel C. Adcock Jr. in Baton Rouge.

The case has been assigned to Division E Judge John J. Molaison Jr.

24th Judicial District Court Case number 769676.

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