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                                                        81 BUCKS CO. L. REP., pp. 365-385
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 Vol. 81                                     Doylestown, Pa., May 22, 2008                                                No. 21

CASES REPORTED
Commonwealth of Pa. v. Swiger - Criminal procedure - Post conviction relief act -
     Dismissal without hearing - Timeliness of petition - Held, PCRA petition
     dismissed...................................................................................................................365
Joe Bauer and Sons, Inc. v. Thomer - Civil procedure - Trial - Expert testimony -
     Held, post-trial motion dismissed....................................................................369


               LEGAL NEWS                                                           LEGAL NOTICES
Bar Association News ......................3-8                             Change of Name...............................53
Local Rule 40.1(b)(3)(B)..........................3                        Charter Application .........................53
BCBA Calendar of Events.........................3                             Limited Liability.........................53
Federal Courts Reception.........................5                            Nonprofit ..................................53
BCBA Annual Softball Game.....................5                            Classified Ad ...................................54
BCBA Annual Golf Outing.......................6                            Confirmation of Account.................54
Blood Drive..............................................6                 Estate Notice ..................................54
CLE at the BCBA......................................8                     Fictitious Name................................62
                                                                           Foreign Corporation........................62
                                                                              Withdrawal ................................62
                                                                           Sheriff’s Sale...................................30
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                          BAR ASSOCIATION NEWS
LOCAL RULE 40.1(b)(3)(B)

                     IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR
                      THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA

                                           NOTICE
          On May 13, 2008, an Order was entered in accordance with resolution of the
judges of the United States District Court that there is an immediate need pursuant to 28
U.S.C. §2071(e) to amend Rule 40.1(b)(3)(B) of the Local Rules of Civil Procedure to read as
follows:
          All habeas corpus petitions filed by the same individual shall be deemed
          related. All habeas corpus petitions, pro se civil rights actions and social
          security appeals filed by the same individual shall be deemed related to a
          prior case filed in the same category of federal question cases. All pro se
          civil rights actions by the same individual shall be deemed related.

           The court approved and adopted the amendment to Local Civil Rule 40.1(b)(3)(B),
having determined that the local bar leaders who practice in this area, both plaintiffs’ and
defendants’ counsel, requested that the court amend the local rule to add a provision that all
Social Security appeals filed by the same individual be deemed as “related cases,” for
purposes of assignment to a judge, and having determined that the judges of the Court’s Civil
Business Committee support the amendment.
           As the amended Rule is effective immediately upon the entry of the Order
adopting the Rule, the court has prescribed a period of 30 days afforded for the purpose of
solicitation of comment in accordance with 28 U.S.C. §2071(e).Those wishing to comment
on amended Local Civil Rule 40.1(b)(3)(B) may do so by submitting their comments in
writing to Michael E. Kunz, Clerk of Court, United States Courthouse, 601 Market Street,
Room 2609, Philadelphia, PA 19106, or by accessing the court’s website at
www.paed.uscourts.gov, no late than close of business, Friday, June 13, 2008.
                                                  FOR THE COURT:
                                                  HARVEY BARTLE III,Chief Judge
                                                                                 (continued)

                BCBA CALENDAR OF EVENTS
                        (For the week of May 26th - May 30th)
       5/26      -     BCBA OFFICES CLOSED
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                    IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
                FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
             IN RE: AMENDMENT TO LOCAL CIVIL RULE 40.1(b)(3)(B)

                                         ORDER
         AND NOW, this 13th day of May, 2008, it appearing that this Court is vested
with authority, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§2071(e), 2077 and Federal Rule of Civil Procedure
83, to promulgate Local Civil Rules not inconsistent with the Federal Rules of Civil
Procedure and applicable statutes, it is hereby
         ORDERED that Rule 40.1(b)(3)(B) of the Local Rules of Civil Procedure,
Assignment of Court Business, is amended as follows:

          All habeas corpus petitions filed by the same individual shall be deemed
          related. All habeas corpus petitions, pro se civil rights actions and social
          security appeals filed by the same individual shall be deemed related to a
          prior case filed in the same category of federal question cases. All pro se
          civil rights actions by the same individual shall be deemed related.

          It is further
          ORDERED that amended Rule 40.1(b)(3)(B) of the Local Rules of Civil
Procedure, as set forth above, is approved and adopted, effective immediately in accordance
with 28 U.S.C. §2071(e), with public notice and an opportunity for comment on the amended
rule afforded for a period of 30 days from the date of this order. It is further
          ORDERED that the Clerk of Court transmit a copy of amended Local Civil Rule
40.1(b)(3)(B) to the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts and
the Judicial Council of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals and make said Rule available to the
bar and public.
                                                    FOR THE COURT:
                                                    HARVEY BARTLE III, Chief Judge




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          For more information please contact Dan Reed with AMS at (800) 644-9060, ext. 6976


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              The Federal Courts Section of the
               Bucks County Bar Association
          requests the honor of your presence at its
                 Seventh Annual Reception
                    for the Judges of the
             United States District Court for the
              Eastern District of Pennsylvania
                 and Meet New Magistrate
                  Judge Lynne A. Sitarski

                 Thursday, May 29, 2008
                 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the
               Bucks County Bar Association
                   135 East State Street
                      Doylestown, PA

             Honorable Edmund V. Ludwig and
                 Robert O. Baldi, Esquire,
             Federal Courts Section Co-Chairs
                Honorable Cynthia M. Rufe,
                 Chair Meet New Judges




            BCBA Annual Softball Game
     The Seasoned Lawyers vs. The Young Lawyers
               June 5, 2008 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm
           Hampton Chase Park, Dark Hollow Road,
                          Warwick, PA
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                     at 215-340-7530

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               BCBA Annual Golf Outing
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                          Bucks County Bar Association Blood Drive
                                  Thursday, June 19, 2008
                                    9:30AM to 2:30PM
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                     For your convenience appointments can be made by:
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            CLE at the BCBA
                                        Your source for legal education


                  Upcoming CLE Events at the
                  Bucks County Bar Association
                          Tuesday, June 17, 2008
         Avoiding Financial Mistakes in Equitable Distribution:
     How a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Can Add Value to Your
                          Matrimonial Practice.
                 Presenters: Paul T. Murray, ChFC, CDFA
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                            BUCKS COUNTY LAW REPORTER                                      365
365    (2007) ]               Commonwealth of Pa. v. Swiger                          2008 BCBA

                     Commonwealth of Pa. v. Swiger
      Defendant filed a PCRA Petition 19 years after his DUI conviction. The court dismissed
same as untimely.

        Criminal procedure – Post conviction relief act – Dismissal without hearing – Timeliness
of petition – Held, PCRA petition dismissed.
        The PCRA requires, generally, that defendants file their PCRA petitions within one year
of the date the judgment becomes final unless one of the three limited exceptions to the filing
deadline applies.
      C.P. Bucks County, Criminal Division, No. 2279/1988. Driving under the
influence: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Carl Swiger.

    Karen A. Diaz, Chief of Prosecution, District Attorney’s Office, for
Commonwealth.

       Carl Swiger, pro se.

       CEPPARULO, J., December 7, 2007.

                                     I. INTRODUCTION

      On October 2, 2007, Carl Swiger (Defendant) filed Notice of Appeal to the
Superior Court, from this Court’s August 8, 2007 Order denying Defendant’s July 8,
2007, “Application Oral Argument for PCRA Relief” which was filed without a Post
Conviction Relief Act (PCRA) petition. This Court dismissed Defendant’s
November 16, 2006 PCRA petition,1 on May 7, 2007, because his PCRA petition was
untimely. This Court, therefore, had no jurisdiction to consider the merits of the
PCRA petition or to grant Defendant’s request for oral argument. We file this
opinion in accordance with Pa.R.A.P. 1925(a).

                 II. FACTUAL AND PROCEDURAL BACKGROUND

    On March 1, 1988, Bensalem Township Police arrested Defendant for Driving
Under the Influence2 (DUI). The “Complaint or Incident Report” indicated
1Defendant’s November 16, 2006 PCRA petition was the only PCRA petition Defendant properly
presented to this Court. Defendant filed two subsequent PCRA petitions and an “Exparte [sic]
Pro-Se Extended Motion for Oral Hearing while this Court was considering the November PCRA,”
each of which were too vague and unintelligible to consider Amended PCRA’s. As such, the subsequent
PCRA petitions and “Motion” were never properly before this Court. See,Commonwealth v. Williams,
828 A.2d 981 (Pa., 2003) (Petitions filed before a court acts on a PCRA may be considered an
Amended PCRA); see also,Commonwealth v. Lark, 746 A.2d 585 (Pa., 2000).

275 Pa.C.S. §3731(a)(1) (repealed by 2003, Sept. 30, P.L. 120, No. 24, §14, effective Feb. 1,
2004). Presently, Chapter 38 of the Vehicle Code, 75 Pa.C.S. §3801 et seq., covers vehicle
offenses related to driving after imbibing alcohol or utilizing drugs.
                                            (5/22/08)
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2008 BCBA                   Commonwealth of Pa. v. Swiger [ 81 Bucks Co. L. Rep.
Defendant rear-ended another vehicle. The Officer noted a strong odor of alcohol
on Defendant and found a half-empty bottle of “Yukon Jack Whiskey” in the
vehicle. The Officer also found prescription bottles for “Xanax” and “Pamelor” on
Defendant’s person.
       On September 15, 1988, Defendant pled guilty to the DUI charge.
The Honorable Isaac S. Garb sentenced Defendant to incarceration for a period of
not less than 48 hours nor more than one year, and imposed a $300.00 fine plus costs.
Judge Garb further ordered that Defendant serve his time at Eugenia Hospital.
Between October 1989 and August 2001 Defendant was accused of violating his
probation and parole twice and also two bench warrants were issued for his failure
to appear, which was related to the payment of costs on the DUI prosecution.
       On November 16, 2006, this Court received Defendant’s first PCRA petition.
Before we were able to rule on Defendant’s first PCRA petition, he filed two
subsequent PCRA petitions and an “Exparte Pro-Se Extended Motion for Oral
Hearing.”3 On April 2, 2007, pursuant to Pa.R.Crim.P. 907, this Court issued a Notice
of Intent to Dismiss, which set forth:

      1. [Defendant’s] PCRA petition filed on November 16, 2006 was filed 18
      years after the date of judgment became final;
      2. [Defendant was] not then serving any portion of the sentence
      originally imposed;
      3. The PCRA petition represents no genuine issue of material fact;
      4. No purpose would be served by further judicial proceedings;
      5. The only remaining matter related to this case was the nonpayment of
      costs by Defendant;
      6. This Court [had] on two occasions requested that Defendant simply
      provide Affidavits relating to said costs, which would then allow the
      court to close this matter. Each request was ignored by Defendant;
      7. Even if all the facts alleged in the petition were proven, Defendant
      would be entitled to no relief;
      8. The PCRA Petition is so vague and unintelligible that the Court can
      only speculate as to Defendant’s basis for relief and the nature of
      Defendant’s contentions.

     On April 10, 2007, Defendant filed a vague and unintelligible response to our
Notice of Intent to Dismiss, and accordingly, on May 7, 2007, we denied and
dismissed Defendant’s PCRA petition.

3 The subsequent PCRA petitions and “Motion” were never properly before this Court.
See, Note 1. Moreover, even if these petitions were properly before this Court, we would
lack jurisdiction to consider them on the merits, as all were untimely filed. See, 42 Pa.C.S.
§9545(b).

                                         (5/22/08)
                            BUCKS COUNTY LAW REPORTER                                     367
365    (2007) ]               Commonwealth of Pa. v. Swiger                         2008 BCBA
      On July 10, 2007, Defendant filed an “Application for Oral Argument.”
On August 8, 2007, this Court issued an Order denying Defendant’s request for oral
argument. On October 2, 2007, Defendant filed the present appeal, from this Court’s
order dated August 8, 2007.

                   III. MATTERS COMPLAINED OF ON APPEAL

      Pursuant to Pa.R.A.P. 1925(b), on October 16, 2007, this Court ordered
Defendant to file a Concise Statement of Matters Complained of on Appeal
(Statement of Matters), within 21 days from the date of that order. Defendant has not
responded to that Order.4

                                      IV. DISCUSSION

       As stated in this Court’s April 2, 2007 Notice of Intent to Dismiss, Defendant
filed his first PCRA petition on November 16, 2006, 18 years after the judgment of
sentence against him became final. The PCRA requires, generally, that defendants
file their PCRA petitions within one year of the date the judgment of sentence
becomes final. 42 Pa.C.S. §9545(b) provides:

       (1) Any petition under this subchapter, including a second or subse-
       quent petition, shall be filed within one year of the date the judgment
       becomes final, unless the petition alleges and the petitioner proves that:

       (i) the failure to raise the claim previously was the result of interference
       by government officials with the presentation of the claim in violation of
       the Constitution or laws of this Commonwealth or the Constitution or
       laws of the United States;
       (ii) the facts upon which the claim is predicated were unknown to the
       petitioner and could not have been ascertained by the exercise of due
       diligence; or
       (iii) the right asserted is a constitutional right that was recognized by
       the Supreme Court of the United States or the Supreme Court of
       Pennsylvania after the time period provided in this section and has
       been held by that court to apply retroactively.

       (2) Any petition invoking an exception provided in paragraph (1) shall
       be filed within 60 days of the date the claim could have been presented.
4The docket indicates on November 7, 2007, Defendant attempted to file an unknown document,
which the Office of Court Administration returned to Defendant as unintelligible. If this document
was Defendant’s Statement of Matters, Defendant’s attempt to file was untimely and apparently
unintelligible. As of November 29, 2007, Defendant had failed to file a legible Statement of
Matters.
                                            (5/22/08)
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      (3) For purposes of this subchapter, a judgment becomes final at the
      conclusion of direct review, including discretionary review in the
      Supreme Court of the United States and the Supreme Court of
      Pennsylvania, or at the expiration of time for seeking the review.

      (4) For purposes of this subchapter, “government officials” shall not
      include defense counsel, whether appointed or retained.

       Defendant did not seek direct review of his DUI conviction and, therefore, his
judgment of sentence became final in 1988, with the expiration of the time to seek
such review. Nineteen years have now elapsed since Defendant’s judgment of
sentence became final, and this Court is, accordingly, divested of jurisdiction over
Defendant’s PCRA petition, including jurisdiction to hold oral arguments on the
matter, unless Defendant proves one of the three exceptions to the one year time
limit applies. See, Commonwealth v. Valentine, 2007 Pa. Super. 198, 928 A.2d 346
(2007), citing, Commonwealth v. Murray, 562 Pa. 1, 753 A.2d 201 (2000), (which held
that a court lacks jurisdiction to hear the merits of an untimely PCRA claim when no
exception to the timeliness requirement is properly alleged and proven.).
       Defendant has repeatedly failed to comply with the procedures set forth in the
Post Conviction Relief Act (PCRA). Even considering Defendant’s pro se status, he
must still provide the courts with responses in a timely and understandable manner.
Defendant has consistently filed vague and unintelligible documents, and this Court
can only speculate as to Defendant’s alleged basis for relief. Defendant has
certainly not proven that one of the three exceptions applies, and this Court,
therefore, has no jurisdiction to consider Defendant’s PCRA petition or his
“Application of Oral Argument.”5
       Moreover, Defendant has failed to file a Statement of Matters, as Ordered by
this Court. This Court has no way of knowing the basis for Defendant’s appeal, and
cannot, therefore, respond. As a result of Defendant’s failure to file a Statement of
Matters, pursuant to Pa.R.A.P. 1925(b)(4)(vii) Defendant waives any claims of error.

                                    V. CONCLUSION

      The foregoing represents this Court’s opinion regarding Defendant’s appeal.

                                                                              By the Court,
                                                                 /s/Albert J. Cepparulo, J.

                             [Appealed to Superior Court.]

5Even if this Court were to consider Defendant’s “Application for Oral Argument” as a separate
PCRA petition, we would still be required to deny and dismiss it as untimely.
                                         (5/22/08)
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369    (2007) ]              Joe Bauer and Sons, Inc. v. Thomer                      2008 BCBA

                  Joe Bauer and Sons, Inc. v. Thomer
       After a jury trial, verdict for the balance due was entered for Plaintiff, a contractor, and
against Defendant, the homeowner, in a home repair case. The jury denied Defendant’s
counterclaim for alleged damages to her home. In response to Defendant’s Motion for
Post-Trial Relief, it was held that it was not improper to refuse to admit Defendant’s expert
report since the counterclaim was for more than $25,000.00 and the jury had the benefit of the
expert’s live testimony. It was also held that it was proper to admit Plaintiff’s expert reports
since the reports were rendered to a reasonable degree of engineering certainty.

        Civil procedure – Trial – Expert testimony – Held, post-trial motion dismissed.
        1. When a defendant files a counterclaim in excess of $25,000.00, and does not stipulate
at trial that his or her damages will not exceed that amount, that party loses the cost-saving
benefit of Pa.R.C.P. 1311.1 and cannot take advantage of presenting expert testimony to the
jury by report rather than testimony.
        2. In determining whether an expert opinion is rendered to the requisite degree of
certainty, the court must examine the expert report in its entirety. That the expert may have
used less than definite language does not render the entire opinion speculative if at some point
in the report the proposed expert expressed his or her opinion with reasonable certainty.
Experts are not required to use “magic words” when testifying. Instead, the test turns on the
substance of their testimony.
        3. The decision to qualify a witness as an expert is vested in the sound discretion of the
court. In Pennsylvania, the standard for qualification of an expert is a liberal one. The test to
be applied is whether the witness has any reasonable pretension to specialized knowledge on the
subject under investigation.
     C.P. Bucks County, Civil Division, No. 05-04458-27-1. Complaint filed:
Joe Bauer & Sons, Inc. v. Nancy C. Thomer.

       William Dudeck, of Eastburn and Gray, P.C., for Plaintiff.

       Lawrence Otter, for Defendant.

       SCOTT, J., December 10, 2007.

      Nancy C. Thomer has appealed our Order of October 1, 2007 denying her
request for post-trial relief. We offer this opinion in support of our determination.1
      This action in which both parties alleged breach of contract arises from repair
work performed by Plaintiff, Joe Bauer & Sons, Inc., at Defendant’s home, located at
104 Municipal Road, Pipersville, Pennsylvania. Bauer maintained that upon
completion of his work, Thomer refused to pay the balance owing under their
agreement. Conversely, Thomer alleged that Bauer completed his work in an
unsatisfactory manner, breaching their agreement and causing additional damage to
her home.

1Thomer’s Statement of Matters Complained Of raised several new issues on appeal which are
also addressed below.

                                            (5/22/08)
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       The facts of this case are difficult to recount due to Thomer’s failure to
provide the Court with a complete transcript. The proceedings in this case lasted
three and one half days and included the testimony of three witnesses: Contractor
Joe Bauer, Homeowner Thomer and Homeowner’s expert, John Mann. The transcript
provided to this Court included only the testimony of John Mann. The testimony of
Bauer and Thomer was not transcribed for the Court’s consideration.2 Thus, we are
forced to glean as much factual background as possible from the limited transcript,
admitted evidence and our recollection and notes.3 The facts, as we have determined
from the available sources, are as follows:
       In and around the summer of 2004, Thomer retained Bauer to repair structural
damage to certain foundation walls and to install an accompanying drainage system.
Exhibit C-5. Bauer issued Thomer a proposal on July 31, 2004 which listed repairs
totaling $27,475.00. Exhibit C-5. The damage to the home was covered under a policy
Thomer held with Allstate Insurance. Prior to work beginning, Allstate retained Bart
Shippee, P.E. to inspect the foundation walls, determine the extent of the damage and
recommend the necessary repairs. Exhibit C-2, Shippee Report, 5/15/04. Mr. Shippee’s
report was subsequently given to Bauer to act as specifications for his upcoming
work. Exhibit C-6, Shippee Report, 12/23/04. In September, Thomer received
approximately $20,000.00 from Allstate to cover the cost of Bauer’s repairs. However,
Thomer retained a majority of the money, only issuing Bauer a check for $5,000.00 on
September 30, 2004.
       Over the course of next six months, issues arose as to the quality and
workmanship of Bauer’s repairs. See, Exhibit C-6, Shippee Report, 12/23/04; Exhibit
C-10, Dietz Report, 3/2/05. The relationship deteriorated to such a degree that Thomer
refused to allow Bauer’s employees access to the home to repair cracks on the interior
of the foundation walls.
       Upon completion of all other repairs, Allstate had Bart Shippee inspect the
property again to determine if the structural and drainage issues were cured. Exhibit
C-6, Shippee Report, 12/23/04. On December 23, 2004 he issued a report indicating
that Bauer’s work was completed to specifications notwithstanding the un-repaired
cracks on the interior of the foundation walls. Exhibit C-6, Shippee Report, 12/23/04.
Still unsatisfied, Thomer retained Paul Dietz P.E. in February of 2005 to inspect the
drainage system. However, Dietz was unable to inspect the piping because Bauer
backfilled the excavation upon completion of the work. Exhibit C-10, Dietz Letter,
3/2/05. Despite Shippee’s report and the lack of evidence contradicting his findings,
Thomer refused to pay Bauer the balance owing under the contract. As stated above,
Bauer submitted an estimate in late July totaling $27,475.00. To that point, Thomer
had only paid Bauer $5,000.00.
2The transcript provided does included pre-jury selection proceedings, discussions concerning
evidence held outside the presence of the jury and jury instructions.

3We do not have an independent recollection of the details of this trial.

                                          (5/22/08)
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369    (2007) ]              Joe Bauer and Sons, Inc. v. Thomer                     2008 BCBA
       The parties first brought this dispute before the district magistrate in or about
the summer of 2005.4 The district magistrate found in favor of Bauer. On July 13, 2005,
Ms. Thomer appealed the ruling of the district justice to the Bucks County Court of
Common Pleas. As required by Pennsylvania law, Bauer filed a complaint on August
8, 2005, in which he alleged a breach of contract due to Defendant’s failure to pay the
balance owing under their agreement. Ms. Thomer filed a timely answer and
counterclaim alleging that Bauer failed to properly complete his repairs, breaching his
obligations under the agreement and causing extensive additional damage to her
home. In June 2006, Bauer filed for arbitration and an award was entered in his favor
on November 11, 2006. Thomer subsequently filed a timely appeal of the arbitration
award and the case was put on the trial list for March 19, 2007. In that time period,
Thomer’s attorney, Boyd England, filed a petition5 to withdraw as counsel. N.T.,
3/19/07, p. 7. The Court granted Mr. England’s petition on January 17, 2007. N.T.,
3/19/07, p. 7. On March 19th, Thomer, acting pro se, requested a continuance in order
to obtain expert reports. N.T., 3/19/07, p. 4. Though she had not revealed her intention
to use expert testimony prior to this date, the Honorable Judge Robert Mellon granted
her request in light of her pro se status. N.T., 3/19/07, p. 23.
       On May 21, 2007, a jury trial commenced before the undersigned, with Bauer
represented by counsel and Thomer proceeding pro se. Prior to trial Bauer had
stipulated that the damages arising from Thomer’s breach of contract were less than
$25,000.00. See, Exhibits Court-1, Court-2, Court-3. Thomer refused to make the same
stipulation with respect to her counterclaim.6 N.T., 5/21/07, pp. 28-32. This stipulation
is relevant because Pa.R.C.P. 1311 permits parties on appeal from an arbitration award
to submit their expert reports into evidence upon Plaintiff stipulating to a $25,000.00
cap in damages. Pa.R.C.P. 1311.1. Bauer made use of this evidentiary rule by
submitting the reports of Dietz, Shippee and Ed Jukubowicz.7 See, Exhibits C-12, C-6,
C-14. On May 24, 2007, the jury entered a verdict in favor of Bauer in the amount of
$22,625.00. The jury also found for Bauer with respect to Thomer’s counterclaim.
On May 29, 2007, we molded the verdict to $26,202.84 in favor of Bauer to reflect
$3,577.84 in prejudgment interest.
4The record of this proceeding is not available.

5Mr. England represented Thomer on a pro bono basis. Mr. England alleged that throughout his
representation Thomer disagreed with his efforts in representing her, refused to cooperate and
had at times been verbally abusive. As of the date of his petition, Mr. England had yet to receive
from Thomer the litigation costs he incurred during the course of representation. See, Petition
to Withdraw, 11/30/06.

6 Thomer’s original complaint alleged approximately $24,000.00 in damages. However, prior
to trial Thomer insisted that her damages were in excess of $60,000.00.

7Ed Jukubowicz is an expert in stone masonry who confirmed that Bauer’s masonry work was
completed in accordance with industry customs.
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      On June 1, 2007, Lawrence Otter entered his appearance on behalf of Thomer
and promptly filed a Motion for Post-Trial Relief. However, on June 26, 2007, Thomer,
through Otter, filed an appeal with the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, in effect
halting disposition of her previously filed Motion for Post-Trial Relief. On July 10,
2007 we notified the Superior Court by letter of Thomer’s premature appeal and asked
that the matter be remanded back to this Court.8 On August 24, 2007, Thomer
withdrew and discontinued her appeal and we subsequently denied her request for
post-trial relief. Thomer then filed this new appeal asserting 21 issues. 9
Unfortunately, a majority the issues raised 10 require a review of the entire
transcript11 or portions of the transcript which were not provided. Because the Court
does not have the record necessary to review these issues, the Court will not address
them here. The issues which the Court can address are summarized below:

       I. The Court erred in denying the admission into evidence of Defendant’s
       expert witness report.
       II. The Court committed reversible error in admitting Plaintiff’s so called
       “expert reports” in violation of long standing legal precedent and
       Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure.
       III. The Court erred in not correcting the jury verdict to conform with the
       pleadings.
       IV. The Court erred in time limiting the testimony of Defendant’s expert
       witness.
       V. The Court erred in denying Defendant’s request for post-trial relief.
8This letter is included with the record.

9 Thomer raised three issues regarding the Court’s conduct both during and after trial. These
include: 1) The Court was neither fair nor impartial to Defendant/Counterclaim Plaintiff in its
conduct of the trial; 2) The Court erred in denying Appellant’s counsel the ability to make copies
of exhibits from the case file; and 3) The case file will reveal that certain exhibit list forms are
covered in white out fluid which raises the issue of changes being made in the case file/court record.
We mention these issues only to state that they are without merit. This Court at all times
conducted itself in accordance with the Code of Judicial Conduct. Thomer has not and cannot cite
to any portion of the record to support her claims.

10 Those issues for which the record is insufficient include: 1) The verdict was excessive;
2) Plaintiff failed to meet his burden of proof with respect to damages; 3) The verdict was
manifestly against the weight of the evidence; 4) The verdict was based upon prejudice of the jury
in their inability to separate Defendant’s testimony from her role as a pro se Defendant/pro se
Counterclaimant; 5) The Court erred in allowing the comments of Plaintiff’s counsel regarding
other lawsuits involving Defendant which were calculated to and did appeal improperly to the
prejudices of the jury; 6) The Court erred in its answers to jury questions during their deliberations;
7) The Court erred in viewing this matter as a “collection case”; 8) The Court erred in moving into
evidence, sua sponte, a document from the easel board used by Defendant during the trial.

11For example, complaints regarding the legal sufficiency of the evidence require a review of
the entire transcript. Com. v. Jones, 300 Pa. Super. 518 (1982).
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       We address each of the above issues below.

      I. THE COURT DID NOT ABUSE ITS DISCRETION IN REFUSING TO
          ADMIT DEFENDANT’S EXPERT REPORT INTO EVIDENCE FOR
                      CONSIDERATION BY THE JURY.

       In her Motion for Post-Trial Relief, Thomer argued that we committed
reversible error by refusing to admit Mann’s expert report into evidence for
consideration by the jury.12 More specifically, Thomer maintained that she was
entitled to submit Mann’s expert report for the jury’s consideration under Pa.R.C.P.
1311.1(b). In the alternative, Thomer argued that the Court’s refusal to submit Mann’s
expert report to the jury constituted an abuse of discretion. We did not find Thomer’s
arguments compelling. Furthermore, we concluded that prohibiting the jury from
receiving Mann’s report had no prejudicial effect on Thomer where Mann testified
to his findings at trial.
       Pa.R.C.P. 1311.1(a)13 provides that on an appeal of an arbitration award a
Plaintiff “may stipulate to $25,000.00 as the maximum amount of damages recoverable
upon trial.” Upon the filing of such a stipulation, any party may offer at trial certain
documents, including expert reports, which shall be admitted into evidence provided
that the party offering the documents gives appropriate notice. Pa.R.C.P. 1311.1(b).
Thomer argued that because Bauer stipulated to the $25,000.00 cap in damages, Rule
1311.1 permits her to submit her expert report to the jury. We disagree.
       We initially note that in our research we found no authority defining the effect
of Pa.R.C.P. 1311.1 in the context of a counterclaim. Rule 1311.1 traditionally permits
all parties to submit certain documentary evidence upon a stipulation by the
plaintiff. However, in this matter, as with any case involving a counterclaim, Thomer
was both Defendant and Plaintiff. We reasoned that, as a Plaintiff, Thomer was
required to stipulate to the $25,000.00 cap in damages in order to avail herself of the
benefits of Rule 1311.1.
12We note that we submitted Mann’s report for record purposes, but did not send it out with the
jury for their review. We indicated that the jury would hear Mann’s testimony and that was what
they should consider.
13 Pa.R.C.P. 1311.1 reads in pertinent part:

   (a)The plaintiff may stipulate to $25,000.00 as the maximum amount of damages
   recoverable upon the trial of an appeal from the award of arbitrators. The stipulation
   shall be filed and served upon every other party at least 30 days from the date the appeal
   is first listed for trial.
   (b) If the plaintiff has filed and served a stipulation as provided in subdivision (a), any
   party may offer at trial the documents set forth in Rule 1305(b)(1). The documents
   offered shall be admitted if the party offering them has provided written notice to every
   other party of the intention to offer the documents at trial at least 20 days from the date
   the appeal is first listed for trial. The written notice shall be accompanied by a copy of
   each document to be offered.
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       In coming to this conclusion we gave considerable weight to the purpose of
the Rule 1311.1. The rule promotes judicial efficiency while preventing parties from
incurring the typically large expense of hiring an expert to testify. See, Larue v. McGuire,
885 A.2d 546 (Pa. Super., 2005). However, “in exchange for this cost-saving benefit,
plaintiff [must agree] to limit damages to [$25,000.00].” Id., at 553. We concluded that
because Thomer, as Plaintiff, offered the expert report in her case in order to establish
her damages of $64,752.00, she was not entitled to the “cost-saving benefit”
provided by Rule 1311.1 absent the required stipulation. As a result of Thomer’s
refusal to submit to the required stipulation the Court appropriately precluded the
jury from considering Mann’s report.
       Notwithstanding her arguments under Rule 1311.1, Thomer avers that the Court
generally abused its discretion when it refused to admit Mann’s expert report for
consideration by the jury. We disagree.
       It is well-settled that decisions relating to the admissibility of evidence are
within the sound discretion of the Trial Court and will not be overturned absent an
abuse of discretion or misapplication of law. In re Mampe, 932 A.2d 954, 960 (Pa.
Super., 2007). The primary purpose of expert testimony and reports is “not to assist
one party or another in winning the case but to assist the trier of the facts in
understanding complicated matters.” Panitz v. Behrend, 632 A.2d 562, 565
(Pa. Super., 1993). Where the trier of fact considers the expert evidence through direct
testimony, the Court’s refusal to admit the accompanying expert report will not
constitute an abuse of discretion. See, Jacob v. Shultz-Jacob, 923 A.2d 473, 479 (Pa.
Super., 2007).
       In the instant case, Mann’s testimony recounted the contents of his expert
report with respect to the scope, nature and cause of Thomer’s alleged damages. For
example, Mann discussed at length the effect of the order in which Bauer “sequenced”
his repairs of the foundation walls:

       Question: Okay. Now, can you please explain to the jury what particular
       – in this project should it have been sequenced a certain way?
       Answer: Yes
       Question: Could you please tell us how it should have been sequenced
       . . .?
       Answer: The essential issue here, as I evaluate it, all of the evidence
       was that the cracked foundation walls had to be repaired so that the
       structural integrity of the walls, you know was set. In order to do that,
       the job should have been sequenced so that the structural repairs,
       repairing of the cracks . . . should have been repaired after the soil was
       excavated from outside the wall but, most importantly, before the new
       backfill was placed against the wall.
       Question: Are you talking the outside cracks or the inside cracks or
       both?
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      Answer: Primarily the inside cracks which was a – would be in tension
      due to the inward pressure . . . . If you – well, to provide the required
      strength. Repairing the cracks after the backfill is placed . . . if the cracks
      are not repaired, now you put the backfill in, now the wall is trying to
      resist this inward forces again. However, the mortar that should be in
      the cracks is not there. So – so the mortar that gets applied after the
      backfill is placed can only resist additional force over and above what
      the backfill is causing and, therefore, it’s not doing the job that’s
      necessary.
      Question: And the job that is necessary is to?
      Answer: Is to resist forces over a long period of time . . . Just
      because it may be resistant to the backfill now doesn’t mean over
      that long period of time it had the adequate capacity to resist
      perhaps a much higher force that may occur for various reasons
      including water.
      Question: Is it possible that backfilling would not – having those cracks
      repaired and cured in the appropriate time frame so that mortar could
      become hard, is it possible that’s one reason why the cracks have
      gotten larger in my basement?
       Answer: Certainly . . . I think it’s reasonable and to – to say that the
      cracks certainly increased in length and width and extent due to
      placement of the backfill against those walls before – you know,
      without having repaired the cracks on the inside face.

N.T., 5/23/07, pp. 68-73. Thomer also elicited testimony regarding the alleged depth
of Bauer’s excavation and its effect on the soil supporting the foundation walls:

      Question: Is there evidence that the excavation portion aspect of this
      job did not conform to standard construction practices.
      Answer: [Examining pictures] . . . It appears to me as reasonable as I can
      look at this that – that the excavation is below the bottom of the
      footing. I think we see soil sluffing off slightly from under the footing
      just above where you see the water. And, you know, that sluffing of the
      soil is what you call undermining the soil. In this case this footing, very
      narrow footing as you can see, basically extends out from the end
      of the foundation wall. And so this type of undermining is quite
      significant and the excavation should not have been taken below the
      bottom of the footing.

N.T., 5/23/07, pp. 77-78. Finally, Thomer elicited ample testimony regarding the
cost of repairing the damage which allegedly resulted from Bauer’s substandard
work:
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      Question: . . . Go over what you feel are the costs associated with the
      work being done improperly . . .
      Answer: Of course I will preface that with my basic recommendation
      for repairs which I’ve made of the foundation walls at this time due
      to the additional damaged caused by placing the backfill. That my
      basic recommendation is replacement reconstruction of the right
      side and front foundation walls and a short distance along this
      void we were just talking about around the front left corner, total
      length about 74 linear feet including a new footer. So that’s essential
      to understand.
           . . . I’ve come up with a list of costs to answer your question. Design
      . . . design documents, $4,500.00. The foundation wall reconstruction
      total, including all the elements necessary for that $39,939.00.
      Foundation walls crack repair on the inside this is – this answer –
      Question: Yes
      Answer: $1,000.00. Fill the void under the slab that we just talked about,
      $5,000.00. That’s a rough estimate. That’s a very – subject to more . . .
      Court: Complete his list ma’am.
      Answer: Driveway repair, $5,880.00, which includes a – that was from
      the proposal – the Bauer proposal escalated for time 20 percent. And the
      yard repair based on the Keystone Landscape quote escalated for time
      over two years, $13,433.00. Total $64,752.00.

N.T., 5/23/07, pp. 102-104. As the above excerpts demonstrate, Mann testified at
length regarding Thomer’s damages, their cause and the alleged $64,752.00 in
necessary repairs. As such, the Court was within its discretion to preclude the
expert report from consideration by the jury.
      Assuming, arguendo, that the Court’s actions constituted an abuse of
discretion, the failure to submit Mann’s report cannot act as a basis for granting
post-trial relief. It is well-settled under Pennsylvania law that where an abuse of
discretion has occurred, the focus of the examination shifts to determining if the
action has so prejudiced the harmed party as to “control the outcome of the case.”
Timbrook v. Foremost Ins. Co., 324 Pa. Super. 384, 386 (Pa. Super., 1984). Where the
moving party cannot demonstrate the potential for this level of prejudice, the error
cannot act as a basis for post-trial relief. In the instant case, Thomer was not
prejudiced where the affect of the allegedly erroneous exclusion of Mann’s report
was mitigated by Mann’s testimony as to the contents of the report. Under
circumstances similar to this case, the Superior Court in Jacob v. Shultz-Jacob
found that the exclusion from evidence of an expert report did not warrant a new trial
where the judge was able to consider the expert’s findings through direct testimony.
See, 923 A.2d 473, 479 (Pa. Super., 2007). Applying Jacob, the failure to submit
Mann’s report to the jury cannot act as the basis for post-trial relief.
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      II. THE EXPERT REPORTS OF BOTH SHIPPEE AND DIETZ WERE
               PROPERLY ADMITTED UNDER PA.R.C.P. 1311.1.

       In her Motion for Post-Trial Relief, Thomer argued that the Court committed
reversible error when it admitted both Shippee’s and Dietz’s expert reports. Thomer
argues that both Shippee and Dietz failed to render their conclusions to a reasonable
degree of engineering certainty, making their findings of no assistance to the trier of
fact. Thomer further argued that Bauer failed to provide the curriculum vitae of
either Shippee or Dietz and thus failed to qualify either individual as an engineering
expert. We disagree with each of these assertions.
       Thomer’s first argues that the Court erred in admitting the reports where
allegedly neither report offers an opinion with a reasonable degree of engineering
certainty. More specifically, Thomer argues that Shippee’s use of the language
“it appears” in portions of his report demonstrates that his entire report falls far
below the requisite standards of certainty. Similarly, Thomer asserts that Dietz’s
report “never mentions” any conclusion with a reasonable degree of certainty.
We disagree and find that when examined in their entirety, the opinions of Dietz
and Shippee are rendered with the requisite degree of certainty and were therefore
appropriately admitted.
       The decision to admit expert testimony is squarely within the discretion of the
Court and such decisions should not be disturbed absent an abuse of discretion or
error of law. See, Winschel v. Jain, 925 A.2d 782, 793 (Pa. Super., 2007). “An abuse of
discretion may not be found merely because the appellate court may have reached a
different conclusion, but requires a result of manifest unreasonableness, or
partiality, prejudice, bias, or ill-will, or such lack of support so as to be clearly
erroneous.” Grady v. Frito-Lay, Inc., 839 A.2d 1038, 1046 (Pa., 2003). To be
admissible, the opinion of an engineering expert must be rendered with a reasonable
degree of engineering certainty. See, Winschel, 925 A.2d at 793. In determining whether
an expert opinion is rendered to the requisite degree of certainty, the Court must
examine the expert report in its entirety. Montgomery v. South Philadelphia
Medical Group, Inc., 565 A.2d 1385, 1390 (Pa. Super., 1995). “That the expert may
have used less then definite language does not render the entire opinion
speculative if at some point in the report he expressed his opinion with reasonable
certainty.” Id. As a result, an expert’s failure to use the term “reasonable degree of
certainty” will not per se, prevent the report or testimony from being admitted. Smith
v. Grab, 705 A.2d 894, 900 (Pa. Super., 1997) (Indicating that experts are not required
to use the “magic words” when testifying, instead the test turns on the “substance
of the testimony.”).
       Before addressing Shippee’s report, we note that Mr. Shippee did not create
the report in preparation for trial. Instead Shippee completed his inspection and
compiled the December 2004 report at the behest of Allstate Insurance. As a result,
Shippee received no compensation for the use of his expert report in this case.
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      After Bauer completed work in December 2004, Allstate asked Shippee to
examine if the repairs were done in accordance with the specifications Shippee
previously recommended.14 Before completing his findings, Shippee inspected the
repairs, examined photographs and spoke with both Bauer and Thomer. See, Exhibit
C-6, Shippee Report 12/23/04. A complete review of the report demonstrates that
Shippee offered a majority of his opinions with reasonable certainty and explicitly
noted the instances in which he could not do so. The below excerpts of the report
support this conclusion:

      It appears that, based on the photographs, the excavation was
      completed as recommended and extended to the bottom of the footings
      that the basement walls are situated upon. This was confirmed during
      the visit by setting up a laser level and determining that the downspout
      drains are below the floor elevations.
      ...
      The homeowner contends that the wires had been damaged or cut
      during the contractor’s work and that it had been improperly repaired.
      I examined the panel . . . several photographs of the wiring outside the
      basement. I have found that . . . it had never been correctly mounted in
      the first place . . . I cannot say conclusively as to whether the contractor
      damaged and repaired the well wiring but the pump is functioning
      properly and the photos do not show any indication of damaged
      wiring.
      ...
      The homeowner contends that the waterproofing material was applied
      too high up on the basement wall . . . The photographs clearly show
      that the waterproofing was applied exactly to the same height as the
      original waterproofing.
      ...
      It appears that the contractor generally performed his work in a
      satisfactory manner. I could not find any evidence that the well pump
      wire had been damaged. The basement walls now have less pressure on
      them than previously and they are properly drained. I cannot comment
      on what final grade was agreed to between homeowner and
      contractor.

      While at certain points Shippee uses the language “it appears” before
rendering his opinions, he thereafter confirms each of these opinions with more
definite statements indicating a reasonable degree of certainty. In addition, Shippee

14As we noted supra, Shippee inspected Thomer’s home prior to Bauer’s work and compiled a
report which enumerated the necessary repairs. Exhibit C-2, Shippee Report, 5/14/04.

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openly indicates topics on which he cannot come to precise conclusions. The result
is a report which clearly delineates between conclusions offered with a reasonable
degree of certainty and observations which do not rise to that standard. As stated
above, the presence of less definite language within the report will not render the
entire opinion speculative if at some point in the report Shippee expressed his
opinion with reasonable certainty. We find that this is the case here. The effect of
Shippee’s limited use of speculative language is overridden by his more definite
conclusory statements. Thus, the Shippee report was appropriately admitted.
       The Dietz report consists of a short signed affidavit prepared by Dietz on
October 19, 2006. Exhibit C-12. On February 28, 2005, at the request of Thomer, Dietz
performed an inspection of the foundation drainage system installed by Bauer. See,
Exhibit C-10. Dietz revealed the findings of his inspection in a March 2, 2005 letter to
Thomer. As the letter indicates, Dietz was unable to inspect the drainage system
because Bauer backfilled the excavation upon completion of his repairs. Instead,
Dietz explained to Thomer the piping that a finished drainage system should
contain. Sometime after Dietz’s original inspection, Bauer approached Dietz with
pictures documenting the work his company had performed at the Thomer home.
After viewing the pictures Dietz submitted a sworn affidavit containing his expert
opinion. The affidavit states, in pertinent part:

      Thereafter, Joe Bauer showed me various pictures of the work which his
      company had performed as the Subject Premises. These pictures
      depicted the existence of the piping and other work which I was unable
      to verify during my visual inspection of the Subject Premises on
      February 28, 2005.

       Thomer argues that Dietz’s affidavit statement “never mentions” any
conclusion with a reasonable degree of certainty. However, as we noted above, the
explicit use of the language “reasonable degree of certainty” is unnecessary where
the substance of the report demonstrates the requisite degree of certainty. In the
instant case, Dietz unequivocally concludes that the pictures Bauer provided
depicted the necessary piping as he described it in his March 2nd letter.
In reviewing both documents, we see no basis to conclude that Dietz’s statement
as to the mere existence of the piping was not rendered with the requisite degree
of certainty.
       Thomer further argues that as a result of Bauer’s failure to provide evidence of
Shippee’s and Dietz’s specialized engineering knowledge, Shippee and Dietz were
not certified to render expert opinions on the subject. We do not find Thomer’s
assertions compelling in so much as (1) Shippee and Dietz both provided sufficient
evidence to qualify themselves as engineering experts and (2) Thomer had the
opportunity to, and in fact did, attack the credentials of Dietz and Shippee during
her case-in-chief.
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       The decision to qualify a witness as an expert is vested in the sound
discretion of the Court. Rittenhouse v. Hanks, 777 A.2d 1113, 1116 (Pa. Super., 2001).
It is well-settled in Pennsylvania that the standard for qualification of an expert
witness is a liberal one. Id. The test to be applied when qualifying an expert witness
is “whether the witness had any reasonable pretension to specialized knowledge on
the subject under investigation.” Id. If such a pretension to specialized knowledge
exists, then he or she may testify and the weight to be given to such testimony is for
the trier of fact to determine. Id. A review of each expert’s report leads us to conclude
that both Shippee and Dietz demonstrated a “reasonable pretension” to engineering
knowledge and thus were qualified as engineering experts under the liberal
standards enumerated above.
       In his report, Shippee indicates that he is a licensed professional engineer
currently employed as a manager at Gilmore and Associates Engineering and
Consulting Services. Shippee’s status as licensed professional engineer and
manager in an engineering firm was sufficient to show that Shippee had a
“reasonable pretension” to specialized engineering knowledge not within the
common understanding of lay persons. Once this minimum threshold of
“reasonable pretension” was attained, the standard was satisfied and Shippee was
appropriately certified as an engineering expert.
       Similar to Shippee’s report, Dietz’s report also indicates a “reasonable
pretension” to specialized engineering knowledge. It reads in pertinent part:

      I am a licensed professional engineer in the Commonwealth of
      Pennsylvania and I have been licensed as such since 1988. I am
      employed by Urwiler and Walter, Inc.

Dietz’s status as a practicing certified professional engineer with almost 20 years
experience reasonably demonstrated to this Court that Dietz possessed specialized
engineering knowledge. We also considered that prior to trial, Thomer retained Dietz to
inspect the drainage system which Bauer installed. In light of that, we found it difficult to
conclude that Dietz possessed the specialized engineering knowledge necessary to
assist Thomer prior to trial, but was unqualified to render his opinion on the same issues
before this Court. As a result, we found that Dietz possessed a “reasonable pretension”
to specialized engineering knowledge and was thus qualified as an engineering expert.
       In choosing to admit Shippee’s and Dietz’s reports the Court gave significant
weight to Thomer’s potential ability to attack their credibility and findings at trial.
Pa.R.C.P. 1311.1(d) provided Thomer with the irrevocable right to subpoena both
Shippee and Dietz to testify as to their credentials and findings. She chose not to do
so. Further, Thomer had the ability to undermine Dietz’s and Shippee’s
qualifications and findings during her case-in-chief. She seized this opportunity by
extensively discussing Dietz’s and Shippee’s credibility during direct examination of
her expert, John Mann. N.T., 5/23/07, pp. 46-48, 60-63. For example:
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      Question: What is Mr. Shippee’s professional title?
      Answer: A manager of geotechnical services . . .
      Question: Is he – is that considered a structural engineer?
      Answer: No.
      Question: What does a geotechnical engineer do?
      Answer: Deals with soil conditions, in general. There’s many different
      aspects of that, but it’s certainly not a structural engineer. If his primary
      expertise was structural engineering, he would — in my opinion, would
      have been identified as a structural engineer.
      Question: Structural engineer?
      Answer: He didn’t do that.

N.T., 5/23/07, p. 61. Thomer also addressed the findings in Dietz’s report.

      Question: Would you please interpret for the jury as an expert . . . Paul
      Dietz affidavit. Could you please tell us from an engineer’s perspective
      – would you like to see the affidavit?
      Answer: I read it. Basically he said nothing in my opinion. Nothing of
      value.
      Question: Nothing to contribute or take away? Was it a yea or nea [sic]
      or . . . he did some things right?
      Answer: It was like nothing. It was just verbiage that meant nothing.
      Question: So the equivalent of not having something?
      Answer: Yeah.

N.T., 5/23/07, p. 62. As the above testimony illustrates, Thomer had the opportunity
both under Rule 1311.1(d) and through her case-in-chief to address what she
determined to be the lack of qualifications and erroneous findings of Dietz and
Shippee.
      For all of the above reasons, the Court appropriately chose to admit Dietz’s
and Shippee’s expert reports.

       III. A DAMAGE AWARD IS NOT STRICTLY LIMITED TO THE
            AMOUNT ENUMERATED IN PLAINTIFF’S PLEADINGS.

       In her Statement of Matters Complained Of, Thomer argues that the Court
erred in failing to mold the verdict to conform to the damages requested in Plaintiff’s
complaint. Thomer’s assertions regarding this issue are surprising as prior to trial it
was Thomer who demanded to present evidence of damages far in excess of the
amount enumerated in her complaint. In her counterclaim Thomer stated that Bauer’s
breach of contract resulted in her sustaining approximately $24,000.00 in damages.
However, at trial, this number increased as Thomer sought to present testimony,
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through her expert, indicating that she had in fact suffered in excess of $64,000.00 in
damages. Bauer objected and requested that the Court limit Thomer’s presentation
of evidence to the extent it supported the $24,000.00 in damages she originally
sought. We denied Bauer’s request and permitted Thomer to assert damages in
excess of the amount originally stated in her pleadings. N.T., 5/21/07, p. 53.
       Thomer’s argument now rests on her newfound belief that Plaintiff is limited,
in all cases, to recovering the amount of damages originally requested in pleadings.
This is incorrect. The determination of damages is a factual question to be decided
by the finder of fact. Lokay v. Lehigh Valley Co-op. Farmers, Inc., 492 A.2d 405, 410
(Pa. Super., 1985). The fact-finder accomplishes this task by “weighing the evidence
and determining its credibility and by accepting or rejecting the damage estimates
put forth by both parties.” Id. More specifically, the fact-finder makes a
determination of damages based on the relevant credible data, and in “such
circumstances may act on probable, inferential as well as direct and positive proof.”
Judge Technical Services, Inc. v. Clancy, 813 A.2d 879, 885 (Pa. Super., 2002). As the
above discussion illustrates, the fact-finder’s determination of damages rests solely
on the evidence presented at trial and is not, as Thomer suggests, limited by the
amount enumerated in Plaintiff’s complaint.
       Further, Defendant has cited no authority15 which requires this Court to mold the
jury verdict to reflect the damages requested in pleadings. N.T., 5/21/07, p. 53. The
amount requested in pleadings is relevant when the Court is asked to determine if the
damage award is excessive. However, in such instances, the requested relief is only one
element of a larger analysis. As a result, the award of damages beyond Bauer’s original
request is, by itself, not a sufficient basis for this Court to reduce the damage award.
       As discussed supra, Thomer’s failure to preserve the complete record
prevented this Court from determining whether the verdict was excessive. However,
we do note that portions of the record seem to justify the damage award. For
example, in Bauer’s July 31, 2004 proposal, he enumerates a list of repairs totaling
$27,475.00. Exhibit C-5. At the time of trial Bauer had received $5,000.00 from Thomer
for his work on her home. The difference between the amount Bauer received and his
original proposal is $22,475.00. The jury entered a damage award of $22,625.00. This
limited evidence may not per se justify the damage award in this case, but it does
indicate there was evidence in the record to support the jury’s decision. Thus, a
review of the complete record is necessary to come to a reasoned conclusion
regarding the allegedly excessive nature of the verdict. Because the Court could not
complete a full review of the record and the limited review indicated support for the
decision, we appropriately denied Thomer’s request for post-trial relief.
15 Thomer apparently rests her argument on the fact that, prior to trial, Bauer petitioned the
Court to prevent Thomer from presenting evidence of damages beyond the approximately
$24,000.00 she had originally sought in her counterclaim. N.T., 5/21/07, p. 53. This argument is
less than compelling in light of the fact that we denied Plaintiff’s request and allowed Thomer to
present evidence allegedly establishing more then $60,000.00 in damages. N.T., 5/21/07, p. 53.

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        IV. THE COURT WAS WITHIN ITS DISCRETION TO LIMIT
              THE TESTIMONY OF DEFENDANT’S EXPERT.

      Defendant argues that she is entitled to a new trial as a result of this Court
placing allegedly inappropriate time constraints on the testimony of Defendant’s
expert, John Mann. We disagree. Under the circumstances of the instant case,
the Court was well within its discretion to limit the time allotted for Mann’s
testimony. Furthermore, the time constraints placed on Mann’s testimony did
not prevent Mann from testifying as to the full contents of his expert report.
Therefore, even assuming the Court’s limitation of Mann’s testimony was
erroneous, the limitation could not be said to have so prejudiced Thomer as to
affect the outcome of trial.
      The facts in this matter are not complex. Each party alleged a breach of
contract with respect to home repairs. At the outset of trial the Court asked each
party the amount of time they believed necessary to adjudicate the case.
While Plaintiff estimated that trial would take no more than one and one half days,
Defendant believed the case would take a full three days. N.T., 5/21/07, pp. 35, 74-78.
In recognition of her pro se status, the Court did not question Thomer’s request.
When the jury was selected, the Court informed them that they were needed for
three days and should plan accordingly. N.T., 5/21/07, p. 35.
      Plaintiff’s case-in-chief included the testimony of a single witness,
Mr. Bauer. Though the record is not available, we recall that Plaintiff Counsel
needed less than one hour to conclude his direct examination. Thereafter, Thomer
was given broad discretion to cross Mr. Bauer and present her case over the
final two days. Thomer chose to cross-examine Mr. Bauer for the remaining
portion of the first day, the entire second day and a portion of the third day.
In the process of doing so, we recall Defendant repeatedly touching on various
ancillary details of her case, providing cumulative evidence and generally
making poor use of her time. On numerous occasions the Court attempted to
keep Thomer on track but Defendant was largely uncooperative. In addition, the
Court spent large portions of time explaining relevant procedural and
substantive laws to the pro se Defendant who was not adequately prepared.
N.T., 5/21/07, pp. 6-10; 5/23/01, pp. 55-60. In furtherance of judicial efficiency,
the Court resorted to limiting the time in which Defendant could present her
case-in-chief. Defendant was told repeatedly throughout the third day that she
must conclude her case by mid-afternoon to allow time for closing arguments,
jury instructions and the jury’s deliberations. N.T., 5/23/07, p. 30.
      When Defendant called her expert witness, we again reminded her that she
had until 3:30 pm to conduct her direct examination. N.T., 5/23/07, p. 40. During
direct, Defendant elicited ample testimony regarding the scope and cause of her
alleged damages as well as a complete estimate of repair costs. It was only after this
testimony was taken did we stop Defendant’s direct at approximately 3:40 pm.
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N.T., 5/23/07, pp. 102-109. Thereafter we placed a similar time limitation on Plaintiff’s
cross-examination and rebuttal witnesses.
       In light of Thomer’s status as a pro se litigant this Court made every effort to
accommodate her with respect to her lack of knowledge of the applicable rules and
procedures of the Court. However, the Court is under no obligation to go to
extraordinary lengths to accommodate pro se parties. See, Van v. Com.
Unemployment Compensation Bd. of Review, 494 A.2d 1081, 1086 (stating, “any lay
person choosing to represent himself in a legal proceeding must, to some reasonable
extent, assume the risk that his lack of expertise and legal training will prove his
undoing.”). As the above facts highlight, the Court gave Defendant a large degree of
latitude with respect to the presentation of her case and Defendant was given ample
time to present the evidence necessary to establish her claim. Due to Thomer’s
repeated elicitation of cumulative evidence, lack of preparedness and inefficient use
of time, the Court was within its discretion to place a reasonable time limit on the
length of her case-in-chief.
       In addition, this reasonable time limit did not prevent Thomer from eliciting the
testimony necessary to establish her claim. As we stated above, a new trial is
appropriately granted where the moving party establishes that the Court’s abuse of
discretion so prejudiced the harmed party as to “affect the outcome of trial.” Fidelity
Nat. Title Ins. Co. of New York v. Suburban West Abstractors, 852 A.2d 318, 321 (Pa.
Super., 2004). In her argument, Thomer fails to state how she was prejudiced by the
time limitation or what testimony could have been elicited if more time had been
allowed. As a result, the Court’s reasonable limitation of Thomer’s case-in-chief
cannot act as a basis for granting a new trial.

        V. THE COURT PROPERLY DENIED THOMER’S REQUEST FOR
         POST-TRIAL RELIEF WHERE THE PETITION REQUIRED THE
             COURT TO REVIEW THE COMPLETE TRANSCRIPT.

      In her Motion for Post-Trial Relief, Thomer maintained that the jury’s verdict
was against the weight of the evidence. During oral argument we noted that the
Court was unable to address this argument due to Thomer’s failure to provide the
Court with a complete record. N.T., 9/28/07, p. 18. On appeal, Thomer asserts the
Court erred in denying relief on those grounds. We disagree.
      Pa.R.C.P. §227.316 requires that all post-trial motions contain a request for the
transcription of the relevant portions of the record. If a request for a portion of the

16Pa.R.C.P. 227.3 states: “All post-trial motions shall contain a request designating that portion
of the record to be transcribed in order to enable the court to dispose of the motion. Within ten
days after the filing of the motion, any other party may file an objection requesting that an
additional, lesser or different portion of the record be transcribed. If no portion is indicated, the
transcription of the record shall be deemed unnecessary to the disposition of the motion. The trial
judge shall promptly decide the objection to the portion of the record to be transcribed.”

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transcript is not made, that portion of the transcript is deemed unnecessary to the
disposition of the post-trial motion. Pa.R.C.P. §227.3, explanatory comment. Rule
227.3 places the burden upon the moving party to supply the Court with the
necessary materials to properly review any petitions. It is not incumbent upon
the Court itself to request, and pay for, transcription of the relevant portions of
the record.
       In the instant case, Thomer maintained that she was entitled to a new trial
as a result of the verdict being against the weight of the evidence. “A new trial
based on weight of the evidence issues will not be granted unless the verdict is
so contrary to the evidence as to shock one’s sense of justice.” Nemirovsky v.
Nemirovsky, 776 A.2d 988, 993 (Pa. Super., 2001). Applied here, Defendant failed
to request transcription of the testimony of two of the three witnesses who
testified at trial. In fact, Defendant did not request a transcript of any portion of
Plaintiff’s case-in-chief. Thomer’s failure to provide a complete transcript
prevented, and continues to prevent, this Court from making any
reasonable determination as to the weight of the evidence with respect to
Bauer’s claim.
       For all of the above reasons, this Court properly denied Thomer’s Motion for
Post-Trial Relief.

                                                                     By the Court,
                                                           /s/Susan Devlin Scott, J.




                              [Appealed to Superior Court.]




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Sheriff’s Sale                                         PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3817 Mulberry
                                                       Avenue, Feasterville Trevose, PA 19053.
First Publication                                      IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL
                                                       PROPERTY.
     By virtue of a Writ of Execution to me            SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: RODGER
directed, will be sold at public sale Thursday,        L. WALTERS.
June 12 th, 2008 at 11 o’clock A.M., prevail-          DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
ing time, at the James Lorah Auditorium,               EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Broad and Main Streets, in the Borough of              Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
Doylestown, Bucks County, Pa., the follow-
ing described real estate to wit.                               DOCKET #05-05316-29-1
     Judgment was recovered in the Court               ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land
of Common Pleas of Bucks County Civil                  located in the TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM,
Action – as numbered above. No further notice          County of Bucks and Commonwealth of
of the filing of the Schedule of Distribution          Pennsylvania.
will be given.                                         TAX PARCEL #2-65-7.
                                                       PROPERTY ADDRESS: 533 Wicker Avenue,
         BENSALEM TOWNSHIP                             Bensalem, PA 19020.
                                                       IMPROVEMENTS: SINGLE FAMILY
          DOCKET #02-08124-26-1                        RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground                SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: FELICIA
situate at Eddington, in the TOWNSHIP OF               SCHWEITZER AND CHARLES R.
BENSALEM, County of Bucks and State of                 SCHWEITZER.
Pennsylvania and being Lot No. forty-nine              JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire
(49) of Section “C” as shown on a Survey and           EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Plan of Lots “Eddington Park,” Tract No. 1,            Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
recorded in the Office for the Recording of
Deeds at Doylestown, in and for the County                      DOCKET #06-09773-25-1
of Bucks, in Plan Book No. 3, Page 1.                  ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
TAX PARCEL #02-032-199.                                located in the TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM,
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2722 June Avenue,                    County of Bucks and Commonwealth of
Bensalem, PA 19020.                                    Pennsylvania.
IMPROVEMENTS: A RESIDENTIAL                            TAX PARCEL #2-11-128.
DWELLING.                                              PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3729 Delancy Drive,
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: LINDA LEE                     Bensalem, PA 19020.
SCHAFLE, SCOTT M. SCHAFLE, DENNIS                      IMPROVEMENTS: A SINGLE FAMILY
W. SCHAFLE AND JOHN W. RHOADES.                        RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.
JOHN C. MILLER, III, Esquire                           SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: LYNDA M.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            VOGELEI AND BRUCE N. VOGELEI.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire
                                                       EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
         DOCKET #04-07226-31-1                         Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
ALL THOSE FOUR CERTAIN contiguous
lots or pieces, situate in the TOWNSHIP OF                      DOCKET #07-00950-18-1
BENSALEM, County of Bucks and State of                 ALL THE FOLLOWING described real estate
Penna. described according to a Plan thereof           situated   in  the   TOWNSHIP        OF
made by William T. Muldrew, Surveyor and               BENSALEM,        County     of   Bucks,
Regulator, Jenkintown, Penna. Dated                    Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Having
7/31/1923 and recorded at Doylestown,                  erected thereon a dwelling known and
Penna. in Plan book 1 page 159, as follows,            numbered as 3641 Dresher Road, Bensalem,
to wit.                                                PA 19020. Deed Book Volume 4854, Page
TAX PARCEL #2-5-139.                                   52, Parcel Number 2-13-352.

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TAX PARCEL #2-13-352.                                 Bensalem, PA 19020.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3641 Dresher Road,                  IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL REAL
Bensalem, PA 19020.                                   ESTATE.
IMPROVEMENTS: SINGLE FAMILY                           SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: ROBERT
DWELLING.                                             L. BEST AND NNEKA BEST.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: GEORGE                       STEVEN K. EISENBERG, Esquire
HIRSCH AND SHARON HIRSCH.                             EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
PATRICIA L. BLAIS, Esquire                            Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                               DOCKET #07-09757-18-1
                                                      ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or piece of land
          DOCKET #07-02400-28-1                       located in the TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM,
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground               County of Bucks and Commonwealth of
situate in the TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM,                  Pennsylvania.
County of Bucks, and State of Pennsylvania,           TAX PARCEL #02-018-184.
described according to a Plan thereof made by         PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3779 Bristol Road,
Pickering, Corts & Summerson, Civil Engineers         Bensalem, PA 19020.
and Surveyors, Woodbourne Road, R.D. #1,              IMPROVEMENTS: A SINGLE FAMILY
Langhorne, Pennsylvania, on the 15th day of           RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.
August, A.D. 1960, as follows, to wit.                SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MAURICE
TAX PARCEL #02-038-003-002.                           OLSON AS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3551 Mechanicsville                 OF RICHARD RUBIN, DECEASED.
Road, Bensalem, PA 19020-0000.                        JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire
IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL              EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
PROPERTY.                                             Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: FRANK
NIEMI A/K/A FRANK N. NIEMI.                                     DOCKET #07-10588-28-1
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                            ALL THAT CERTAIN tract, piece or parcel of
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                           land with the commercial building and
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                      improvements erected thereon, SITUATE in the
                                                      TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM, County of Bucks,
         DOCKET #07-09086-18-1                        Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being Block 11,
Premises “A”                                          Lot 1-2 of the Bucks County Tax Map BEING
ALL THAT CERTAIN piece, lot or parcel of              the same premises which Michael T. Etzrodt, Sr.
land situate lying and being at Penn Manor,           and Mary E. Etzrodt, his wife, conveyed to GD
Andalusia TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM,                       Partnership Enterprises, LP, a Pennsylvania
County of Bucks and Commonwealth of                   limited partnership, by deed, dated 8/15/2005 and
Pennsylvania, Lot Nos. 3 and 4 in Block 5.            recorded 12/30/2005 in the County of Bucks in
Premises “B”                                          Land Record Book 4775 Page 971.
ALL THAT CERTAIN piece, lot or parcel of              TAX PARCEL #(02)-11-001-002.
land situate lying and being at Penn Manor, in        PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2461 Lincoln
Andalusia TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM,                       Highway, Trevose, PA 19053.
County of Bucks and Commonwealth of                   IMPROVEMENTS: ONE STORY RETAIL
Pennsylvania, Lot Nos. 1 and 2 in Block 5.            BUILDING, ZONED COMMERCIAL,
Premises “C”                                          LEASED TO TWO (2) BUSINESS
ALL THAT CERTAIN piece, lot or parcel of              TENANTS (SEAFOOD STORE & PAWN
land lying and being at Penn Manor, in                SHOP), BUILDING 2,400 SQ. FT.
Andalusia TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM,                       SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: GD
County of Bucks and Commonwealth of                   PARTNERSHIP ENTERPRISES, LP.
Pennsylvania, Lot Nos. 5 and 6 in Block 5.            MARK A. CRONIN, Esquire
TAX PARCEL #02-29-237 & 02-29-238.                    EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1200 Dana Ave.,                     Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA

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          DOCKET #07-10608-19-1                       side of Bensalem Boulevard, formerly
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece or ground               Newportville Road, and the Southwesterly side
situate in the BENSALEM TOWNSHIP Bucks                of Byberry Road located in the TOWNSHIP
County, State of PA, bounded and described            OF BENSALEM, County of Bucks and
according to the Neshaminy Valley Village IV          Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which unit
Section 2-B made for the Korman Corporation           is located as the same is designated in
by Benjamin C. Queen Reg. Survey, Fairless            Declaration of Condominium as recorded in
Hill, PA, dated June 27, 1974 and last revised        the Office of the Recorder of Deeds at Bucks
August 12, 1974 as follow to wit.                     County, Pennsylvania, in Deed Book 2098,
TAX PARCEL #02-049-130.                               page 7 and last amended in LRB 97 page 1953
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2467 Brandon Court,                 and also on Declaration Plan recorded in Plan
Bensalem, PA 19020-2202.                              Book 112 page 47 through 50 and amended
IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL               plan of Bensalem Village recorded in Plan
PROPERTY.                                             Book 117, page 21.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: ROBERT                       TAX PARCEL #2-94-272.
GOTTLEIB           AND        ANGELIQUE               PROPERTY ADDRESS: 272 North Mount
CALLAHAN.                                             Vernon Circle, Bensalem, PA 19020.
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                            IMPROVEMENTS: CONDOMINIUM UNIT.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                           SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JOSEPH
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                      R. PIERCE A/K/A JOSEPH R. PIERCE, SR.
                                                      AND MARY T. PIERCE.
         DOCKET #07-10768-31-1                        GREGORY JAVARDIAN, Esquire
ALL THOSE TWO CERTAIN lots or place                   EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
of ground hereinafter described as one, with          Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
the messuage or tenement thereon erected.
SITUATE in the TOWNSHIP OF                                      DOCKET #08-00317-25-1
BENSALEM, County of Bucks and State of                ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
Pennsylvania, described according to a survey         situate in the TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM,
thereof made by Charles Henry Moon,                   County of Bucks, and Commonwealth of Pa.,
Esquire, and a further survey thereof made by         bounded and described according to a Final
Thomas R. Bromley, Civil Engineer, and                Subdivision Plan of Cross Roads dated
recorded in Doylestown in the Office of the           4/18/1988 and last revised 10/18/1988 made
Recorder of Deeds in Plan Book No. 1 page             by D.S. Winokur Associates, Inc., Surveyors,
72 & c., as follows.                                  and recorded on 7/24/1989 in Plan Book 252
TAX PARCEL #02-023-140.                               page 59, as follows, to wit.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 841 Edgewood                        TAX PARCEL #02-095-068.
Avenue, Bensalem, PA 19020-7032.                      PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2044 Chatham Drive,
IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL              Bensalem, PA 19020.
PROPERTY.                                             IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MICHAEL                      PROPERTY.
FLANAGAN A/K/A MICHAEL ALLEN                          SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MICHAEL
FLANAGAN AND DONNA PLUNKETT                           C. MONREAL.
A/K/A DONNA M. DIAZ A/K/A DONNA                       DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
MARIE PLUNKETT.                                       EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                            Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                                DOCKET #08-00419-33-1
                                                      ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground,
       DOCKET #08-00203-33-1                          situate in the TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM,
ALL THAT CERTAIN unit designated as                   County of Bucks and State of Pennsylvania
Number 272 being a Unit in Bensalem Village,          described according to a Survey and Plan of
a Condominium located at the Northwesterly            “Andalusia Homes Sites” made by Pickering

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 rd
3 , Surveyor, Woodbourne, Pennsylvania on              Bensalem, PA 19020-1910.
October 31, 1947 and duly recorded in the              IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL
Office for the Recording of Deeds in and for           PROPERTY.
the County of Bucks in Plan Book 3 page 39             SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: KEVIN W.
&c., as follows, to wit.                               CONWAY.
TAX PARCEL #2-29-316.                                  DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1044 Highland                        EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Avenue, Bensalem, PA 19020.                            Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL HOUSE
DWELLING.                                                       DOCKET #08-01303-26-1
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: RAYMOND                       ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
T. STASZEWSKI AND KIMBERLY A.                          with the buildings and improvements thereon
HAINES STASZEWSKI.                                     erected in BENSALEM TOWNSHIP.
MARK J. UDREN, Esquire                                 TAX PARCEL #02-020-279.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            PROPERTY ADDRESS: 6350 Hardin Road,
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       Bensalem, PA 19020.
                                                       IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL
         DOCKET #08-00426-24-1                         PROPERTY.
ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land, situate                SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: THOMAS
in the TOWNSHIP OF BENSALEM, County                    P. MARION AND DEBORAH A. MARION
of Bucks, and Commonwealth of Pa., being               A/K/A DEBORAH G. MARION.
part of Lot Number 3 and part of Lot Number            DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
4, Block I, as laid out on a Plan of Lots known        EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
as Bensalem Farms, recorded in and for the             Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
County of Bucks, in Plan Book 2 page 83,
bounded and described according to a Plan                        BRISTOL BOROUGH
made by Benjamin C. Queen, Reg. Surveyor,
Fairless Hills, Pa. on September 6, 1967, as                    DOCKET #06-03467-26-1
follows, to wit.                                       ALL THAT CERTAIN messuage and lot of
TAX PARCEL #02-053-014.                                land with the buildings and improvements
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1634 Bensalem                        thereon erected, situate in the Third Ward of
Boulevard, Bensalem, PA 19020.                         the BOROUGH OF BRISTOL, County of
IMPROVEMENTS:                  RESIDENTIAL             Bucks and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and
PROPERTY.                                              described as follows, viz.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: ANDREW                        TAX PARCEL #04-008-052.
T. DIAZ AND JUAN DIAZ, JR.                             PROPERTY ADDRESS: 559 Linden Street,
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                             Bristol, PA 19007.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       PROPERTY.
                                                       SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: LOIS
         DOCKET #08-01056-28-1                         JENNINGS A/K/A LOIS COBB.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground                DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
with the buildings and improvements thereon            EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
erected, situate in BENSALEM TOWNSHIP,                 Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
Bucks County, PA described according to a
Certain Plan thereof known as Neshaminy                          BRISTOL TOWNSHIP
Valley As Built Plan Village Number III,
Section No. 5A made for the Korman                              DOCKET #04-03858-16-1
Corporation by Benjamin C. Queen,                      ALL THAT CERTAIN two lots laid down and
Registered Surveyor dated December 20, 1972            designated on a certain map entitled Haight’s
and revised January 2, 1973 as follows, to wit.        Map Number One and known by Lots #63
TAX PARCEL #02-091-167.                                and 64 and fronting on what is known as Steele
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 6433 Lenox Court,                    Avenue on said Map, BRISTOL
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TOWNSHIP, Bucks County, Pennsylvania,               recorded on Feb. 17, 1955 at Doylestown in
C.M. Haight, owner, Scale 100 feet equals 1         and for the Office for the Recording of Deeds
inch, May 1923, John P. Taylor, Surveyor,           in and for the County of Bucks, in Plan Book
Bristol, PA on File at the Recorder of Deeds        9 page 24, as follows to wit.
Office, Bucks County, Doylestown,                   TAX PARCEL #05-071-235.
Pennsylvania, Plan Book 1 page 150, July            PROPERTY ADDRESS: 9 Jolly Lane,
19, 1923.                                           Levittown, PA 19055.
TAX PARCEL #05-22-554.                              IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3226 Steele Avenue,               PROPERTY.
Bristol, PA 19007.                                  SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: EDWIN
IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL             CROSSLEY          A/K/A       EDWIN        B.
PROPERTY.                                           CROSSLEY AND DAWN CROSSLEY
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: KEVIN                      A/K/A DAWN M. TRIGG.
TOMASCIK.                                           DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                          EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                         Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
                                                               DOCKET #07-02484
         DOCKET #05-00642-13-1                      ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, piece or parcel of
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground             land, with the buildings and improvements
with the buildings and improvements thereon         thereon erected, situate, lying and being in
erected, situate in the TOWNSHIP OF                 BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, in the County of
BRISTOL, County of Bucks, and State of              Bucks, State of PA, bounded and described as
Pennsylvania, described according to a              follows:
Subdivision Plan for “Broadway Woods”               ALL THAT CERTAIN Unit in the property
thereof made by William G. Jamor, Assoc.,           known, named and identified as Crestwood
Engineers      and    Surveyors,   Bristol,         Condominium located in Bristol Township,
Pennsylvania, by Nicholas J. Moran,                 Bucks     County,     Commonwealth        of
Registered Surveyor dated June 1, 1973 and          Pennsylvania.
recorded in the Recorder of Deeds Office at         TAX PARCEL #05-025-082-1316.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania, on September 19,          PROPERTY ADDRESS: 235 Jennifer Court,
1973 in Plan Book 114 page 13, as follows,          Bristol Twp, PA 19057.
to wit.                                             IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
TAX PARCEL #5-22-612.                               PROPERTY.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3150 Fairway Avenue,              SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JOSEPH
Bristol, PA 19007.                                  NOTTER A/K/A JOSEPH R. NOTTER
IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL              A/K/A JOSEPH K. NOTTER.
PROPERTY.                                           DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: PATRICIA                   EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
A. BARNES A/K/A PATRICIA SINGH.                     Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                                  DOCKET #07-09401-29-1
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                    ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, piece or parcel of
                                                    land with the buildings and improvements
        DOCKET #07-01039-28-1                       thereon erected, situate, lying and being at
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece or parcel             Levittown, in the TOWNSHIP OF
of land with the buildings and improvements         BRISTOL, County of Bucks, Commonwealth
thereon erected, situate, lying and being at        of Pennsylvania, shown and designated as Lot
Levittown BRISTOL TOWNSHIP Bucks                    3758-R on Subdivision Map of Indian Creek,
County, PA known and designated as Lot No.          Section 48 made by C.A. Monroe, Professional
6917, on a Certain Map entitled Subdivision         Engineer and Land Surveyor, New York State
Map, Junewood, Levittown, Section 21-A              and dated 12/1/1953 filed in the Office of the
situate map by C.A. Monroe P.E. & L.S.,             Recorder of Deeds for Bucks County at
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Doylestown, Pennsylvania in 12/3/1953 in                        DOCKET #07-08648-28-1
Plan Book 7, page 26 as follows.                       ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
TAX PARCEL #05-33-169.                                 with the buildings and improvements thereon,
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 57 Inbrook Road,                     situate in the TOWNSHIP OF BRISTOL,
Levittown, PA 19057.                                   County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pa., as
IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL                 shown on Subdivision Map of Orangewood,
PROPERTY.                                              Section 37 made by C. A. Monroe, Professional
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: YASAR                         Engineer and Land Surveyor, dated June 1953
LULE.                                                  and recorded in Plan Book 7 page 7 as more
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                             fully described as follows, to wit.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            TAX PARCEL #05-041-033.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       PROPERTY ADDRESS: 16 Orangewood
                                                       Drive, Levittown, PA 19057.
         DOCKET #07-08405-18-1                         IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground                PROPERTY.
with the buildings improvements thereon                SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: PATRICK
erected, situate in BRISTOL TOWNSHIP,                  WATERS A/K/A PATRICK S. WATERS AND
Bucks County, Pennsylvania and described               AMANDA WATERS A/K/A AMANDA E.
according to a Survey and Plan for Thomas              WATERS.
Comemade, by William Spencer Erwin                     DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
Associates, Inc. or Fairless Hills, PA dated           EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
12/6/1974 as follows, to wit.                          Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
TAX PARCEL #05-026-098-002.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2911 Sunrise Avenue,                          DOCKET #07-09214-18-1
Bristol, PA 19007.                                     ALL THAT CERTAIN parcel of land lying
IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL                and being situate in the TOWNSHIP OF
PROPERTY.                                              BRISTOL, County of Bucks, and
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: KENNETH                       Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and
SHUPE.                                                 described as follows.
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                             BEING more fully described in a Deed dated
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            November 30, 1984, among the land records
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       of the County and State set forth above, in
                                                       Deed Volume 2589, Page 888.
          DOCKET #07-08636-29-1                        TAX PARCEL #05-033-371.
ALL THAT CERTAIN parcel of land lying and              PROPERTY ADDRESS: 43 Island Road,
being situate in the TOWNSHIP OF BRISTOL,              Levittown, PA 19057.
County of Bucks, and Commonwealth of                   IMPROVEMENTS: SINGLE FAMILY
Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows.        DWELLING.
BEING more fully described in a Deed dated             SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: DENNIS G.
July 11, 2002, among the land records of the           GASKILL AND PAMELA GASKILL.
County and State set forth above, in Deed              SCOTT A. DIETTERICK, Esquire
Volume 2850, Page 1148.                                EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
TAX PARCEL #5-76-48.                                   Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 61 Kingapple Lane,
Levittown, PA 19055.                                            DOCKET #07-09302-25-1
IMPROVEMENTS: SINGLE FAMILY                            ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, parcel of land with
DWELLING.                                              the buildings and improvements thereon
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: RALPH A.                      situate lying and being in Levittown in the
MANERA A/K/A RALPH A. MANERA, JR.                      TOWNSHIP OF BRISTOL, County of
AND DEBRA A. MANERA.                                   Bucks and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
SCOTT A. DIETTERICK, Esquire                           shown and designated as Lot 4505 R on
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            Subdivision Map of Plumbridge Levittown
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       Section 53 filed in the Office of the Recorder
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of Deeds of Bucks County, PA on January 7,                      DOCKET #07-10203-25-1
1954 in Plan Book 7 page 39 as follows,                ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, piece or parcel of
to wit.                                                land with the buildings and improvements
TAX PARCEL #05-021-034.                                thereon, situate, lying and being at Levittown,
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 19 Prunewood Road,                   in the BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, County of
Levittown, PA 19056.                                   Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL                 TAX PARCEL #5-72-300.
PROPERTY.                                              PROPERTY ADDRESS: 23 Swan Lane,
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: TRACEY                        Levittown, PA 19055.
A. HALL-JONES AND HERMAN E.                            IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL
JONES, III.                                            DWELLING.
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                             SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JEAN F.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            PAXSON A/K/A JEAN FRANCIS PAXSON
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       F/K/A JEAN F. OWENS.
                                                       TERRENCE J. McCABE, Esquire
         DOCKET #07-09474-24-7                         EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece or parcel                Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
of land with the buildings and improvements
thereon, Situate, lying and being at Levittown,                 DOCKET #07-10371-32-1
in the TOWNSHIP OF BRISTOL, County                     ALL THOSE CERTAIN lots or pieces of
of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.                ground with the buildings and improvements
TAX PARCEL #5-35-205.                                  thereon erected, situate in the TOWNSHIP
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 54 Autumn Lane,                      OF BRISTOL, in the County of Bucks and
Levittown, PA 19055.                                   State of Pennsylvania, marked and numbered
IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL              as Lots Nos. 10, 12, 13 and 14 of Section 1,
DWELLING.                                              on the plan of lots of the Croydon Annex No.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JILL                          4 recorded in the Office of Recording of Deeds
ROOKSTOOL.                                             for the County of Bucks at Doylestown in
TERRENCE J. McCABE, Esquire                            Plan Book No. 1 page 123 &c.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            TAX PARCEL #5-11-176.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       PROPERTY ADDRESS: 920 Cedar Avenue,
                                                       Croydon, PA 19021.
         DOCKET #07-09801-27-1                         IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground                PROPERTY.
with the buildings and improvements thereon            SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MARY
erected, SITUATE in the TOWNSHIP OF                    MacLEOD.
BRISTOL, County of Bucks, State of                     DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
Pennsylvania, being Lot No. 62 on Survey               EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
and Plan made by William S. Erwin, Registered          Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
Civil Engineer, Langhorne, PA on July 25,
1952.                                                           DOCKET #07-10636-31-1
TAX PARCEL #5-27-29.                                   ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1304 Wyndale                         with the buildings and improvements thereon
Avenue, Bristol, PA 19007.                             erected, SITUATE in the TOWNSHIP OF
IMPROVEMENTS: ONE AND ONE-HALF                         BRISTOL, County of Bucks and State of
STORY DWELLING APPROXIMATELY 80'                       Pennsylvania and described according to a
X 120' WITH APPROXIMATELY 8                            survey and plan thereof made by William S.
ROOMS, 2 BATHS NO GARAGE.                              Erwin, Registered Professional Engineer of
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: KATHLEEN                      Langhorne, Pennsylvania, and dated April 1,
M. KENNEDY.                                            1955 as follows, to wit.
M. TROY FREEDMAN, Esquire                              TAX PARCEL #5-40-173.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2429 Airacobra
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       Street, Levittown, PA 19057.
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IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL                 O’SULLIVAN.
PROPERTY.                                              DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: BENNIE                        EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
MASON.                                                 Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                                      DOCKET #08-00401-32-1
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, or parcel of land,
                                                       with the buildings and improvements thereon,
          DOCKET #08-00118-29-1                        situate, lying and being at Levittown, in the
ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or piece of land                TOWNSHIP OF BRISTOL, County of
situate in BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, Bucks                     Bucks and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
County, PA being part of Lots Nos. 49, 50, 51          shown and designated as Lot 4900, on a
and 52, Section 28 Plan No. 3, described               Subdivision Map of “Indian Creek” Levittown,
according to a Plan and Survey of Lots of              PA, Section 47, filed in the Office of the
Croydon Land Company made for Otto                     Recorder of Deeds of Bucks County, PA on
Grupp, by Charles Henry Moon, C.E. on July             1/7/1954, in Plan Book 7 Page 36.
25, 1918 and recorded in the Office of the             TAX PARCEL #05-032-193.
Recording of Deeds in and for the County of            PROPERTY ADDRESS: 62 Indian Creek Dr.,
Bucks at Doylestown in Plan Book 1 Page 58             Levittown, PA 19057.
which lots were later subdivided by William G.         IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL
Major Associates, Inc, Engineers & Surveyors,          DWELLING.
Bristol, PA on March 19, 1969, and described           SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JOHN R.
as follows, to wit.                                    BURGER AND SHIRLEY A. BURGER.
TAX PARCEL #05-012-208-001.                            DANIEL J. MANCINI, Esquire
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 604 Emily Avenue,                    EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Croydon, PA 19021.                                     Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL
PROPERTY.                                                       DOCKET #08-00475-30-1
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: DIANE                         ALL THAT CERTAIN lot situate in
McLEOD AND RONALD ILCZUK.                              BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, Bucks County and
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                             Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            TAX PARCEL #5-71-392.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       PROPERTY ADDRESS: 20 Flower Land,
                                                       Levittown, PA 19055.
         DOCKET #08-00207-24-1                         IMPROVEMENTS: A DWELLING.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, piece or parcel of               SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: HEATHER
land with the buildings and improvements               McGRATH.
thereon, situate, lying and being at Levittown,        LOUIS P. VITTI, Esquire
in the TOWNSHIP OF BRISTOL, County                     EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
of Bucks, and Commonwealth of                          Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
Pennsylvania, shown and designated as Lot
Number 1040-R on Subdivision Map or “Red                        DOCKET #08-00707-25-1
Cedar Hill” Levittown, Section 24, filed in            ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or parcel of land,
the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Bucks           with buildings and improvements thereon
County, Pennsylvania, on June 24, 1953 in              located in the TOWNSHIP OF BRISTOL,
Plan Book 6 Page 34, as follows, to wit.               County of Bucks and Commonwealth of
TAX PARCEL #5-38-422.                                  Pennsylvania.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 6 Ravine Lane,                       TAX PARCEL #5-25-187.
Levittown, PA 19055-1417.                              PROPERTY ADDRESS: 207 Blue Ridge Drive,
IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL              Levittown, PA 19057.
PROPERTY.                                              IMPROVEMENTS: SINGLE FAMILY
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: BRIAN M.                      RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.
O’SULLIVAN            AND      DENISE        P.        SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: SCOTT D.
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SMITH AND NANCY J. SMITH.                              IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL HOUSE
JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire                       DWELLING.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: DOROTHY
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       McCLOSKEY.
                                                       MARK J. UDREN, Esquire
         DOCKET #08-00857-19-1                         EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land                  Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
with the buildings and improvements thereon
located in the BRISTOL TOWNSHIP,                                DOCKET #08-01179-25-1
County of Bucks and Commonwealth of                    ALL THOSE FOUR CERTAIN lots or pieces
Pennsylvania.                                          of land with the improvements thereon
TAX PARCEL #5-76-41.                                   erected, situate in the TOWNSHIP OF
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 39 Kingapple Lane,                   BRISTOL, County of Bucks, Pa., known as
Levittown, PA 19055.                                   Lots Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4 of Section I of Croydon
IMPROVEMENTS: A SINGLE FAMILY                          Park, as shown on the Map of Plan of Lots of
RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.                                  Croydon Park, made by John P. Taylor,
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MARGARET                      Surveyor, and revised 1926 said map of plan
M. REED AND MATTHEW SWARTZ.                            being recorded in the Office of the Recorder
JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire                       of Deeds in and for the County of Bucks, at
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            Doylestown in Plan Book I page 45.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       TAX PARCEL #05-008-338.
                                                       PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1102 Magnolia
         DOCKET #08-00914-33-1                         Avenue, Croydon, PA 19021.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground                IMPROVEMENTS:                  RESIDENTIAL
located in the TOWNSHIP OF BRISTOL,                    PROPERTY.
County of Bucks and Commonwealth of                    SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: DIANE
Pennsylvania.                                          BARATS.
TAX PARCEL #5-50-58.                                   DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 68 Cherry Lane,                      EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Levittown, PA 19055.                                   Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
IMPROVEMENTS: A SINGLE FAMILY
RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.                                           DOCKET #08-01184-29-1
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: GABRIELLA                     ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
GAI.                                                   located in the TOWNSHIP OF BRISTOL,
JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire                       County of Bucks and Commonwealth of
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            Pennsylvania.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       TAX PARCEL #5-36-422.
                                                       PROPERTY ADDRESS: 38 Green Lynne
         DOCKET #08-01026-30-1                         Drive, Levittown, PA 19057.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, piece or parcel of               IMPROVEMENTS: A SINGLE FAMILY
land with the building and improvements                RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.
thereon, situate, lying and being at Levittown,        SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JOYEL L.
in the TOWNSHIP OF BRISTOL, County                     RYAN AND JAMES W. RYAN, JR.
of    Bucks      and     Commonwealth        of        JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire
Pennsylvania, shown and designated as Lot              EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
No. 4566-R on Subdivision Map of                       Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
“Plumridge,” Levittown, Section 53, filed in
the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Bucks                 DOYLESTOWN BOROUGH
County, Pennsylvania, on January 7, 1954,
in Plan Book 7 at Page 39.                                    DOCKET #07-08651-30-1
TAX PARCEL #5-21-88.                                   ALL THAT CERTAIN lot of land located in
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 60 Plumtree Road,                    DOYLESTOWN BOROUGH, Bucks
(Bristol Twp), Levittown, PA 19056.                    County, PA, located at 231 Beek Street,
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Doylestown Borough, Bucks County, PA,              EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
identified as Tax Parcel #8-4-23-1.                Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
TAX PARCEL #8-4-23-1.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 231 Beek Street,                         HILLTOWN TOWNSHIP
Doylestown Borough, Bucks County, PA.
IMPROVEMENTS:             ONE       STORY                   DOCKET #07-09206-26-1
COMMERCIAL BUILDING CONSISTING                     ALL THAT CERTAIN Lot 186, located in
OF SIX GARAGE BAYS.                                HILLTOWN TOWNSHIP, Bucks County,
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: RICHARD                   Pennsylvania, as shown on a plan titled Record
BERES AND GRETCHEN BERES.                          Plan, Reserve at Hilltown/Hilltown Ridge,
WENDY G. ROTHSTEIN, Esquire                        dated April 18, 2003 and last revised April 16,
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                        2004 prepared by Gilmore & Associates, Inc.,
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                   Consulting Engineers and Land Surveyors, 350
                                                   E. Butler Avenue, New Britain, Pennsylvania
     DOYLESTOWN TOWNSHIP                           (Sheet 3 of 81).
                                                   TAX PARCEL #15-57-72.
         DOCKET #07-09624-27-1                     PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3248 BERRY BROW
ALL THAT CERTAIN tract or parcel of land,          DRIVE, CHALFONT, PA 18914.
hereditaments and appurtenances, situate in        IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
the TOWNSHIP OF DOYLESTOWN,                        PROPERTY.
County of Bucks and State of Pennsylvania.         SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MEGAN
TAX PARCEL #09-14-26.                              MACAULEY           A/K/A       MEGAN         L.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 172 Edison Furlong               MACAULEY, CHRISTOPHER HILL
Road, Doylestown, PA 18901.                        A/K/A CHRISTOPHER J. HILL.
IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL             GREGORY JAVARDIAN, Esquire
DWELLING.                                          EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: EARL                      Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
MCCAY, JR.
TERRENCE J. MCCABE, Esquire                                  DOCKET #08-00288-28-1
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                        ALL THOSE TWO CERTAIN tracts of land
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                   with the improvements thereon erected,
                                                   situate in the TOWNSHIP OF HILLTOWN,
     EAST ROCKHILL TOWNSHIP                        County of Bucks, Pa., bounded and described
                                                   as follows, viz: TRACT No. 1 – BEGINNING
      DOCKET #07-06866-19-1                        at a point in the middle of the Hilltown
(DESCRIPTION CAN BE FOUND UNDER                    Turnpike Road, being also a corner of land
      PERKASIE BOROUGH.)                           now or late of Jacob C. Sholl; thence by the
                                                   same, North 40 degrees West 165 feet to a
          FALLS TOWNSHIP                           corner; thence by land now or late of Francis
                                                   J. Frick, South 47 ½ degrees West 60 feet to a
        DOCKET #07-06798-28-1                      corner; thence, South 40 degrees East 170
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, piece or parcel of           feet to a stone in the aforesaid Road; thence
land being at Levittown, located in the            North and along said Road, 53 degrees East
TOWNSHIP OF FALLS, County of Bucks                 60 feet to the place of beginning.
and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.                  CONTAINING 36 perches of land more or
TAX PARCEL #13-27-64.                              less. TRACT no. 2 BEGINNING at a stack
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 69 Neptune Lane,                 set for a corner of being a corner of land now
Levittown, PA 19054.                               or late of Leidy L. Aker’s land and in a line of
IMPROVEMENTS: A SINGLE FAMILY                      land now or late of Jacob C. Scholl; thence by
RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.                              said Leidy L. Aker’s land and land now or late
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: DAWN                      of Francis J. Frick, South 50 degrees West
BARBOUR AND MICHAEL BARBOUR.                       14.92 perches to an iron pin; thence by said
JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire                   Francis J. Frick’s land, North 41 ½ degrees
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West 04.80 of a perch to an iron pin; thence              LOWER MAKEFIELD TOWNSHIP
by the same, South 49 ¾ degrees West 11.52
perches to an iron pin; thence by land now or                   DOCKET #07-08980-26-1
late of Samuel J. Frick, North 44 ¼ degrees            ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
West 56.20 perches to a corner in line of land         with the buildings and improvements thereon
now or late of Margaret Heckler’s land North           erected, SITUATE in the TOWNSHIP OF
45 12 degrees East 6.16 perches to a stone;            LOWER MAKEFIELD, County of Bucks,
thence by the same and land now or late of             State of Pennsylvania, being Lot No. 114 on
Mathias Musselman, North 45 ½ degrees East             Plan of Yardley Corners, made by D. W.
32.54 perches to a stone corner of lands of            Winokur Associates, Consulting Engineers,
said Mathis Musselman and said Jacob C.                dated May 7, 1984 as in Exhibit filed in Plan
School; thence by said Scholl’s land South 39          Book 221, page 77, for Declaration of Intent
degrees East 39.92 perches to the place of             recorded April 16, 1984 in Deed Book 2551,
beginning. CONTAINING 8.151 perches of                 page 917.
land more or less.                                     TAX PARCEL #20-33-201.
TAX PARCEL #15-032-059.                                PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1616 DEVON
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 914 HILLTOWN                         COURT, YARDLEY, PA 19067.
PIKE, HILLTOWN, PA 18932.                              IMPROVEMENTS:                TOWNHOUSE
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL HOUSE                        APPROX. 24' X 132' WITH APPROX. 7
DWELLING.                                              ROOMS, 2-1/2 BATHS – NO GARAGE.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: RICHARD                       SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MARIA
BEVILACQUA AND REBECCA L.                              PELLICCI.
BEVILACQUA.                                            M. TROY FREEDMAN, Esquire
MARK J. UDREN, Esquire                                 EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
                                                                DOCKET #08-01021-25-1
                                                       ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situate in
         DOCKET #08-00732-31-1                         the      TOWNSHIP          OF      LOWER
ALL THAT parcel of land in TOWNSHIP                    MAKEFIELD, County of Bucks and State of
OF HILLTOWN, Bucks County, State of                    Pennsylvania, bounded and described according
Pennsylvania, as more fully described in Deed          to a survey and plan thereof known as Hunt
Book 1949, page 1598, ID# 15-014-060, being            Estates by Tri-State Engineers and Land
known and designated as all that certain lot or        Surveyors Inc., dated 12/13/1979 and last
piece of ground, situate in Hilltown Township,         revised 4/8/1980 recorded in Bucks County
Bucks County, Pennsylvania bounded and                 Plan Book 199 page 32, as follows, to wit.
described according to a final plan record plan        TAX PARCEL #20-059-292.
of Longleaf Estates I, made by Boucher and             PROPERTY ADDRESS: 963 HUNT DRIVE,
James, Inc., dated December 2, 1996, last              YARDLEY, PA 19067.
revised December 12, 1997 and recorded                 IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL
February 18, 1998 in Plan Book 290 page 90,            PROPERTY.
as follows, to wit.                                    SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: DONALD
TAX PARCEL #15-014-060.                                M. SCHULER AND DAWN M. SCHULER.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 227 Beech Lane,                      DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
(Hilltown Twp) Perkasie, PA 18944.                     EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL HOUSE                        Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
DWELLING.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: PAUL F.                       LOWER SOUTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP
MYERS AND MARGARET J. MYERS.
MARK J. UDREN, Esquire                                          DOCKET #05-02476-24-1
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, parcel or tract of
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       land with buildings and improvements thereon

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erected       situate      in     LOWER             IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL
SOUTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP, Bucks                         DWELLING.
County, Pennsylvania, known as Lot No. 87           SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: SHIRLEY
on Plat of Hampton Hills, Tract No. 1, made         A. BOOTHMAN A/K/A SHIRLEY A.
by C. Raymond Weir, Registered Professional         KRAUS A/K/A SHIRLEY BOOTHMAN.
Engineer, Ambler, PA, on January 3, 1963,           TERRENCE J. MCCABE, Esquire
bounded and described as follows.                   EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
TAX PARCEL #21-11-149.                              Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 405 HEIGHTS
LANE, FEASTERVILLE, PA 19053.                                DOCKET #08-00304-27-1
IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL             ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
PROPERTY.                                           situate in the TOWNSHIP OF LOWER
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: KEITH R.                   SOUTHAMPTON, County of Bucks and
GOODMAN AND DENISE C. GOODMAN                       Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being known
A/K/A DENISE C. KRZYWULAK.                          and designated as Lot No. 5, Section “E” as shown
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                          on a plan of Feasterville Gardens made by C.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                         Howard Hazard, Registered Surveyor,
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                    Woodbourne, Pennsylvania dated March 26, 1949
                                                    and described according thereto as follows to wit:
           DOCKET #07-07519                         TAX PARCEL #21-12-119.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground             PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1607 NORTH
with the buildings and improvements thereon         PLEASANT DRIVE, FEASTERVILLE, PA
erected SITUATE in the TOWNSHIP OF                  19053-4435.
LOWER SOUTHAMPTON, County of                        IMPROVEMENTS:                  RESIDENTIAL
Bucks, State of Pennsylvania, described             PROPERTY.
according to a Plan of Section No. 1 of Pine        SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JOHN M.
Crest Farms dated July 28, 1953, made by            SCHWARTZ A/K/A JOHN SCHWARTZ.
Pickering, Corte and Summerson, Civil               DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
Engineers and Surveyors, of Woodbourne,             EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Pennsylvania.                                       Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
BEING Lot No. 56 on said Plan.
TAX PARCEL #21-015-071.                                      DOCKET #08-01102-30-1
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 543 WEST PINE                     ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land
STREET, FEASTERVILLE, PA 19053.                     with the buildings and improvements thereon
IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL             erected, situate in the TOWNSHIP OF
DWELLING.                                           LOWER SOUTHAMPTON, County of
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: GEORGE                     Bucks, and Commonwealth of Pa., according
ANASTASAKIS               AND         RITA          to a Plan of Glenn Oak Farms, made by Tri-
ANASTASAKIS.                                        State Engineers and Land Surveyors, Inc.,
EMMANUEL J. ARGENTIERI, Esquire                     recorded in Plan Book 64 page 37, bounded
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                         and described as follows, to wit.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                    TAX PARCEL #21-002-002-075.
                                                    PROPERTY ADDRESS: 635 BUCK ROAD,
        DOCKET #07-10322-18-1                       FEASTERVILLE TREVOSE, PA 19053.
ALL THOSE CERTAIN lots or pieces of                 IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
ground with the buildings and improvements          PROPERTY.
thereon erected, situate in the TOWNSHIP            SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MATTHEW
OF LOWER SOUTHAMPTON, County of                     STOUFFER A/K/A MATTHEW E. STOUFFER
Bucks and State of Pennsylvania.                    A/K/A MATTHEW EDWARD STOUFFER.
TAX PARCEL #21-007-124.                             DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 70 Irving Place,                  EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
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         DOCKET #08-01302-25-1                       DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground              EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
situate in LOWER SOUTHAMPTON                         Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
TOWNSHIP, Bucks County, Pennsylvania,
described according to a survey and Plan made                 DOCKET #07-09556-30-1
by C. Howard Hazard, Registered Surveyor,            ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
Woodbourne, Pennsylvania, on March 26,               with the buildings and improvements thereon
1949, as follows, to wit.                            erected, situate in MIDDLETOWN
TAX PARCEL #21-016-201.                              TOWNSHIP, Bucks County, PA., bounded
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 403 WOODBINE                       and described according to a certain plan of
AVENUE, FEASTERVILLE TREVOSE, PA                     lots made by William S. Erwin, Reg. Civil
19053.                                               Engineer, PA, on August 15, 1950 and revised
IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL             on Feb. 18, 1952, as follows, to wit.
PROPERTY.                                            TAX PARCEL #22-013-046.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: WILLIAM                     PROPERTY ADDRESS: 228 WEST
S. MATTER, JR.                                       VIRGINIA AVENUE, LANGHORNE, PA
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                           19047.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                          IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                     PROPERTY.
                                                     SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: DAVID BELL
      MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP                            COLLIER.
                                                     DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
         DOCKET #05-08871-30-1                       EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, piece or parcel of             Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
land with the buildings and improvements
thereon erected, Situate, lying and being at                   DOCKET #07-10412-27-1
Levittown, MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP,                      ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, piece or parcel of
Bucks County, Commonwealth of PA, known              land, with the buildings and improvements
and designated as Lot Number 7735-J, on a            thereon erected, situate, lying and being at
certain map entitled “Subdivision Map-Cobalt         Levittown, in the TOWNSHIP OF
Ridge, Levittown, Section 69, Situated in            MIDDLETOWN, County of Bucks and
Middletown Township, Bucks County, PA,               Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, shown and
owned by Levitt and Sons, Incorporated, dated        designed as Lot Number 9895-J on Subdivision
July 1954, survey and map by C.A. Monroe,            Map of “Twin Oaks,” Levittown, Section 83,
P.E. and L.S.,” recorded 1/18/1955 at                filed in the Office for the Recorder of Deeds
Doylestown in the Office for the Recording           of Bucks County, Pennsylvania on October
of Deeds in and for the County of Bucks, in          5, 1955 in Plan Book 10 Page 29, bounded
Plan Book 9 page 15 and which lot is more            and described as follows, to wit.
particularly bounded and described according         TAX PARCEL #22-052-255.
to a survey thereof, made by C.A. Monroe,            PROPERTY ADDRESS: 62 TRAIL ROAD,
P.E. and L.S., dated 9/28/1956 as follows, to        LEVITTOWN, PA 19056.
wit.                                                 IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
TAX PARCEL #22-62-217.                               PROPERTY.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 106 NORTH                          SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: CORY
COBALT RIDGE DRIVE, MIDDLETOWN,                      WEBB.
PA 19057.                                            DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL              EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
PROPERTY.                                            Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JASON K.
PENMAN AND ROBIN R. PENMAN A/K/A                             DOCKET #07-10916-18-1
ROBIN        R.     ERWIN,       REBECCA             ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground,
PECORARO.                                            Situate  in  the  TOWNSHIP           OF

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MIDDLETOWN, County of Bucks, and                    EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, described             Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
according to a Record Plan of Idlewood on
the Neshaminy prepared by Pickering, Corts                   DOCKET #08-00175-26-1
and Summerson, Inc., Newtown, PA, dated             ALL THAT CERTAIN lot situated and lying
3/26/1990 last revised 11/22/1994 recorded          in the TOWNSHIP OF MILFORD, County
in Bucks County in Plan Book 278 page 54,           of Bucks, and State of Pennsylvania.
more fully described as follows.                    BEING Lot No. 8 on a Final Plan of
TAX PARCEL #22-12-22.                               Beechwood Acres dated 11/16/1965 as made
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 513 Turtle Lane,                  by Robert D. Cooper, Registered Surveyor and
Langhorne, PA 19047.                                as recorded in Plan Book 33 page 22, bounded
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL HOUSE                     and described as follows, to wit.
DWELLING.                                           TAX PARCEL #23-2-111-8.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: KEVIN                      PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2560 TIRJAN
CLARK JONES.                                        AVENUE, QUAKERTOWN, PA 18951.
MARK J. UDREN, Esquire                              IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                         PROPERTY.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                    SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: SHARON
                                                    L. VOGEL AND RICHARD T. VOGEL.
         DOCKET #08-00733-32-1                      DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground             EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
situate in MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP                      Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
located in the County of Bucks and
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.                                DOCKET #08-00821-18-1
TAX PARCEL #22-17-220.                              ALL THAT CERTAIN messuage and lot or
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1185 JEFFREY                      piece of ground, situate in the TOWNSHIP
LANE, LANGHORNE, PA 19047.                          OF MILFORD, County of Bucks, and
IMPROVEMENTS: A SINGLE FAMILY                       Commonwealth of Pa., described according
RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.                               to a Minor Subdivision Plan for J. Willard
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: BRAD F.                    Hartman and Harriette Hartman, by ESW
HORWATH.                                            Associates, Consulting Engineers and
JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire                    Surveyors, dated Feb. 20, 1980 and recorded
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                         May 7, 1980 in Plan Book 195 page 40,
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                    bounded and described as follows, to wit.
                                                    TAX PARCEL #23-15-11.
          MILFORD TOWNSHIP                          PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2620 North Old
                                                    Bethlehem Pike, Quakertown, PA 18951.
         DOCKET #07-01670-24-1                      IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
ALL THAT CERTAIN Messuage, tenement                 PROPERTY.
and piece or tract of land situate in the           SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MARLIN E.
TOWNSHIP OF MILFORD, County of                      COBB AND ELAINE H. COBB.
Bucks and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and        DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
described as follows, to wit.                       EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
TAX PARCEL #23-005-132.                             Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2365 ZION HILL
ROAD, QUAKERTOWN, PA 18951.                               MORRISVILLE BOROUGH
IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL
PROPERTY.                                                    DOCKET #06-07135-26-1
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: NEAL C.                    ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land,
FRAZER AND DIANE M. FRAZER A/K/A                    with the buildings and improvements thereon
DIANE MARIE FRAZER.                                 erected, situate in the BOROUGH OF
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                          MORRISVILLE, in the County of Bucks,

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and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.               Kintnersville, PA 18930.
TAX PARCEL #24-3-4.                             IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 556 Melvin Avenue,            DWELLING.
Morrisville, PA 19067.                          SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: CYNTHIA
IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL          ORTIZ.
DWELLING.                                       TERRENCE J. McCABE, Esquire
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JOSEPH                 EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
L. NALBONE.                                     Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
TERRENCE J. McCABE, Esquire
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                          NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
                                                         DOCKET #07-00229-13-1
         DOCKET #08-00583-28-1                  ALL THAT CERTAIN Unit in the Property
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot situate in                 known, named and identified as Tamerlane
MORRISVILLE BOROUGH, Bucks                      Condominium, located in NORTHAMPTON
County and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.        TOWNSHIP, Bucks County, Commonwealth
TAX PARCEL #24-001-016.                         of Pennsylvania, which has heretofore been
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 577 Wilk Drive,               submitted to the provisions of the Uniform
Morrisville, PA 19067.                          Condominium Act, 68 PA, C.S., 3101 et seq,
IMPROVEMENTS: A DWELLING.                       by the recording in the Recorder of Deeds
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: BRIAN J.               Office in Bucks County at Doylestown,
SIMMS AND KEYA BAILEY-SIMMS.                    Pennsylvania of a Declaration dated December
LOUIS P. VITTI, Esquire                         16, 1985 and recorded in Deed Book 2650
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                     Page 909, last amended in Deed Book 2792
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                Page 460, being and designated as Unit No.
                                                11, Building No. 1, together with a
      NEW BRITAIN TOWNSHIP                      proportionate undivided interest in the
                                                Common Elements as more fully set forth in
         DOCKET #07-03366-25-1                  the Declaration of Condominium and its
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground         amendments.
located in the TOWNSHIP OF NEW                  TAX PARCEL #31-036-195-001-011.
BRITAIN, County of Bucks and                    PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3-1 Shepherds Way,
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.                   n/k/a 301 Shepherds Way, Bldg 1, Unit 11,
TAX PARCEL #26-7-256.                           a/k/a 3021 Shepherds Way, a/k/a 3021
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 17 Edinboro Circle,           Shepherds Way, Bldg 1, Unit 11, Holland, PA
Chalfont, PA 18914.                             18966.
IMPROVEMENTS: SINGLE FAMILY                     IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.                           PROPERTY.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JUSTIN                 SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: DOUGLAS
WILEY AND STEVE WILEY.                          JAMES DALY AND DENISE MARIE DALY.
JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire                DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                     EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA

     NOCKAMIXON TOWNSHIP                                DOCKET #07-05970-19-1
                                                ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
          DOCKET #07-07204                      with the building and improvements thereon
ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land, situate         erected, Situate in the TOWNSHIP OF
in the TOWNSHIP OF NOCKAMIXON,                  NORTHAMPTON, County of Bucks and
County of Bucks, and the Commonwealth of        Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and
Pennsylvania.                                   described according to a Plan entitled Final
TAX PARCEL #30-4-37-1.                          Plan Phase P Hills at Northampton dated
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1999 Berger Road,             3/15/1988 and last revised 1/22/1991 and
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recorded in Plan Book 267 page 45 as follows,                 PERKASIE BOROUGH
to wit.
TAX PARCEL #31-081-046.                                       DOCKET #07-03402-30-1
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 38 Rocking Horse                   ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land
Way, Holland, PA 18966.                              with the buildings and improvements thereon
IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL              erected, situate in the BOROUGH OF
PROPERTY.                                            PERKASIE, County of Bucks, PA., bounded
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: EUGENE                      and described according to a Final Plan Phase
BERGAL AND LUDMILLA BERGAL.                          II Record Plan, Walker’s Acres, made by
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                           Strothers Associates, Inc., Professional
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                          Engineers and Surveyors, dated 10/15/1993
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                     and last revised 10/12/1998 and recorded in
                                                     the Office for the Recording of Deeds in and
         DOCKET #07-09457-24-1                       for Bucks County, at Doylestown, Pa. in Plan
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground              Book 293 page 79 as follows, to wit.
with the buildings and improvements thereon          TAX PARCEL #33-011-018-018.
erected, Situate in the TOWNSHIP OF                  PROPERTY ADDRESS: 138 Strawberry Lane,
NORTHAMPTON, County of Bucks,                        Perkasie, PA 18944.
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and described           IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL
according to a Final Plan of Village Shires,         PROPERTY.
Section I made by Tri-State Engineers and            SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: ROBERT
Land Surveyors, Inc., dated December 16,             A. BUTLER.
1974 and last revised February 28, 1978 as           DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
follows, to wit.                                     EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
TAX PARCEL #31-065-216.                              Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3211 Stockton Place,
Holland, PA 18966.
IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL                        DOCKET #07-06866-19-1
PROPERTY.                                            ALL THAT CERTAIN lot of land situate in
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: AMANDA                      the BOROUGH OF PERKASIE, County of
S. HIBBS.                                            Bucks and State of Pennsylvania, designated
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                           as Lots numbers 37 and 38 on a Plan known
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                          as West Lawn Building Lots bounded and
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                     described in one tract according to a survey
                                                     thereof made on June 18, 1946, by Stanley F.
                                                     Moyer, Registered Surveyor of Souderton,
         DOCKET #07-10043-32-1                       Pennsylvania.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground,             ALSO, ALL THAT CERTAIN messuage lot
with the buildings and improvements thereon          or piece of land situate in the TOWNSHIP
erected, Situate in the TOWNSHIP OF                  OF EAST ROCKHILL, County of Bucks,
NORTHAMPTON County of Bucks and                      and State of Pennsylvania being designated as
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.                        Lot No. 39 on a certain plan or draft of lots
TAX PARCEL #31-67-54.                                made for P. S. Cressman and Jacob A. Lewis
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 188 Monroe Court,                  and known as West Lawn Building Lots.
Holland, PA 18966.                                   TAX PARCEL #33-001-040.
IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL               PROPERTY ADDRESS: 500 South Ninth St.,
DWELLING.                                            Perkasie Borough.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF:                             ALL THAT CERTAIN tract of land situate in
EDWARD T. CHELL AND DAWN C.                          the Borough of Perkasie, County of Bucks
CHELL.                                               and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
TERRENCE J. McCABE, Esquire                          TAX PARCEL #33-001-038-001.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                          PROPERTY ADDRESS: W. Park Avenue (lot),
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                     Perkasie Borough.
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IMPROVEMENTS: BUILDING AND LOT.                        of Pennsylvania, bounded and described
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: PERKASIE                      according to a Plan of “Cedar Grove Estate”
COMMUNITY                  AMBULANCE                   made by Pickering, Corts & Summerson, Inc.,
CORPORATION.                                           Consulting        Engineers,     Newtown,
CHARLES N. SHURR, JR., Esquire                         Pennsylvania, dated 9/22/1972. Which Plan
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            is recorded at Doylestown in the Office for
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       the Recording of Deeds, etc., in Plan Book
                                                       116 page 30, as follows.
         DOCKET #07-08652-31-1                         TAX PARCEL #35-001-200.
ALL THAT CERTAIN tracts of land located                PROPERTY ADDRESS: 5 Fox Court,
in PERKASIE BOROUGH, Bucks County,                     Quakertown, PA 18951.
PA, located at 110 North Fifth Street, Perkasie        IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL
Borough, Bucks County, PA, identified as Tax           PROPERTY.
Parcel #33-5-550.                                      SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: FREDERICK
TAX PARCEL #33-5-550.                                  TARANTINO          A/K/A     FREDERICK
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 110 North Fifth                      TARANTINO, JR. AND TARA TARANTINO
Street, Perkasie Borough, Bucks County, PA.            A/K/A TARA ALYSE DIFILIPPO.
IMPROVEMENTS: SINGLE FAMILY HOME                       DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
CONVERTED INTO AN APARTMENT                            EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
BUILDING, CONSISTING OF TWO                            Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
APARTMENTS, WITH GARAGE WITH
THREE GARAGE BAY DOORS.                                        RICHLAND TOWNSHIP
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: RICHARD
B. BERES.                                                        DOCKET #07-01529-19-1
WENDY G. ROTHSTEIN, Esquire                            ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground,
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            situate in the TOWNSHIP OF RICHLAND,
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       County of Bucks, Pa., described according to
                                                       a Subdivision Plan Parcel F, Phase No. 2,
      QUAKERTOWN BOROUGH                               Walnut Bank Farms, prepared by Charles H.
                                                       Shoemaker, Inc., Abington, Pa., dated
         DOCKET #04-08157-19-1                         1/19/1990 last revised 1/15/1991 and recorded
ALL THAT CERTAIN messuage, tenement                    in Bucks County in Plan Book 275 page 68
and lot of land with improvements thereon              more fully described as follows, to wit.
erected, located in the Third Ward of the              TAX PARCEL #36-022-138.
BOROUGH OF QUAKERTOWN, in the                          PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1130 School House
County of Bucks and Commonwealth of                    Road, Quakertown, PA 18951.
Pennsylvania.                                          IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
TAX PARCEL #35-8-410.                                  PROPERTY.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 112 Erie Avenue,                     SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JENNIFER
Quakertown, PA 18951.                                  C. MASFERRER AND DANIEL K. LAM.
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL REAL                         DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
ESTATE.                                                EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MICHAEL                       Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
WINCHELL AND BETH A. WINCHELL.
BRADLEY D. SISLEY, Esquire                                     DOCKET #08-00041-30-1
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            ALL THAT CERTAIN tracts of land located
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       in RICHLAND TOWNSHIP, Bucks County,
                                                       PA, located at 311 Scholls School Road and
        DOCKET #07-05631-28-1                          331 Scholls School Road, Richland Township,
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground                Bucks County, PA, identified as Tax Parcel
with the building and improvements thereon             #36-38-17-5 and Tax Parcel #36-38-17-6,
erected, situate in the BOROUGH OF                     respectively.
QUAKERTOWN, County of Bucks and State                  TAX PARCEL #36-38-17-5 and #36-38-17-6.
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PROPERTY ADDRESS: 311 Scholls School                   EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Road and 331 Scholls School Road, Richland             Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
Township, Bucks County, PA.
IMPROVEMENTS: TWO LOTS, ONE OF                               SELLERSVILLE BOROUGH
WHICH IS VACANT LAND AND THE
SECOND ON WHICH A HOUSE IS UNDER                                    DOCKET #08-00135
CONSTRUCTION.                                          ALL THAT CERTAIN messuage, piece or
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: BERES                         tract of land, known as 601 South Main Street,
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC.                             SELLERSVILLE BOROUGH, Bucks
WENDY G. ROTHSTEIN, Esquire                            County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            as follows, to wit.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       TAX PARCEL #39-007-079.
                                                       PROPERTY ADDRESS: 601 South Main
            DOCKET #08-00658                           Street, Sellersville, PA 18960.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground                IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
SITUATE in RICHLAND TOWNSHIP,                          PROPERTY.
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, bounded and                SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: TAMMY
described according to a Plan of Subdivision           BISSEY AND TIM DAVIES.
of Schoolhouse Lane made by Richard C. Mast            DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
Associates, P.C. dated April 25, 2002 and last         EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
revised May 16, 2003, and recorded in Plan             Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
Book 315 page 51 as follows, to wit.
TAX PARCEL #36-027-045-004.                                    SOLEBURY TOWNSHIP
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1100 Presidential
Drive, Quakertown, PA 18951.                                    DOCKET #07-02267-29-1
IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL               ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
PROPERTY.                                              situate in TOWNSHIP OF SOLEBURY,
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: FRANK                         County of Bucks, and Commonwealth of
PELLEGRINO A/K/A FRANK PAUL                            Pennsylvania.
PELLEGRINO              AND         JUDITH             TAX PARCEL #41-2-95-26.
PELLEGRINO A/K/A JUDITH DALE                           PROPERTY ADDRESS: 6491 Middleton
PELLEGRINO.                                            Lane, New Hope, PA 18938.
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                             IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            DWELLING.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF:
                                                       EDWARD O’LEARY AND HEE SUN
    RICHLANDTOWN BOROUGH                               O’LEARY.
                                                       HEIDI R. SPIVAK, Esquire
         DOCKET #07-03316-28-1                         EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
ALL THAT CERTAIN messuage and lot of                   Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
land situate on the west side of Main Street in
the Borough of Richlandtown, County of                           DOCKET #08-00377-19-1
Bucks and State of Pennsylvania known as               ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
112 South Main Street.                                 with the buildings and improvements thereon
TAX PARCEL #37-002-029.                                erected, hereditaments and appurtenances,
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 112 South Main                       situate in the TOWNSHIP OF SOLEBURY,
Street, Borough of Richlandtown, PA 18955.             Bucks County and Commonwealth of
IMPROVEMENTS:                     TWO-UNIT             Pennsylvania, described according to
DETACHED, EXISTING COLONIAL,                           Amended Final Plan – Fieldstone Phase II, as
MULTI-USE PROPERTY.                                    prepared by Carroll Engineering Corporation,
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: FRICIS                        Warrington, Pa dated August 13, 1991, last
UKSTINS.                                               revised April 8, 1992 and recorded in the
BARBARA A. FEIN, Esquire                               Office for the Recording of Deeds in and for
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the County of Bucks at Doylestown, Pa in                         DOCKET #07-10939
Plan Book 268, Page 75, bounded and                  ALL THAT CERTAIN lot situate in
described as follows, to wit.                        SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, Bucks County
TAX PARCEL #41-27-185.                               and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 435 Fairview Way,                  TAX PARCEL #42-14-3-1
New Hope, PA 18938.                                  PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3131 Church Street,
IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL HOUSE                      Springfield, PA 18081.
DWELLING.                                            IMPROVEMENTS: A DWELLING.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: ERIK                        SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: ROBERT
STARTZEL.                                            ALLEN.
MARK J. UDREN, Esquire                               LOUIS P. VITTI, Esquire
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                          EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                     Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA

                                                               TELFORD BOROUGH
       SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP
                                                               DOCKET #06-11176-30-1
         DOCKET #07-06110-32-1                       ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
ALL THAT CERTAIN messuage and tract of               with the buildings and improvements thereon
land situate in the Village of Springtown,           erected, hereditaments and appurtenances,
TOWNSHIP OF SPRINGFIELD, County of                   situate in the BOROUGH OF TALFORD,
Bucks and State of Pennsylvania, bounded and         [sic] County of Bucks and State of
described according to a survey dated June 2,        Pennsylvania, bounded and described according
1951, made by Kenneth J. Heller, Registered          to a Plan of Subdivision made for Talford [sic]
Surveyor of Coopersburg, Pennsylvania, as            Commons, by Urwiler and Walter, Registered
follows, to wit.                                     Professional Engineers, dated 2/21/1984 and
BEGINNING at an iron pipe on the Easterly            last revised 5/7/1985 and recorded in the Office
limits of a 20 foot wide alley.                      for the Recording of Deeds at Doylestown,
TAX PARCEL #42-014-029.                              Bucks County in Plan Books 222 Page 84 and
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3163 Main Street,                  229 Page 33, as follows, to wit.
Springtown, PA 18081.                                TAX PARCEL #43-002-201.
IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL              PROPERTY ADDRESS: 54 Hilltop Circle,
PROPERTY.                                            Telford, PA 18969.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: ESTATE OF                   IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL
ANITA JO MALCOM, JAMES H.                            PROPERTY.
DOWLING ADMINISTRATOR HEIR,                          SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: DAVID
AND ALL HEIRS AT LAW OF THE ESTATE                   BOOKHEIMER A/K/A DAVID W.
OF ANITA JO MALCOM, NORMA                            BOOKHEIMER AND                  CHRISTINE
BURGDORFF, HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF                     BOOKHEIMER A/K/A CHRISTINE R.
ANITA JO MALCOM, BETTY DOWLING,                      BOOKHEIMER A/K/A CHRISTINE
HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF ANITA JO                       HUMPHREY BOOKHEIMER.
MALCOM, KAREN O’CAIN, HEIR OF                        DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
THE ESTATE OF ANITA JO MALCOM,                       EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
KAREN KENNEDY, HEIR OF THE ESTATE                    Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
OF ANITA JO MALCOM, JOHN J.
JEGLUM, HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF                         UPPER SOUTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP
ANITA JO MALCOM AND PAUL
JEGLUM, HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF                                DOCKET #07-04720-32-1
ANITA JO MALCOM.                                     ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                           located in the TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                          SOUTHAMPTON, County of Bucks and
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                     Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

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TAX PARCEL #48-8-262.                                          DOCKET #07-09933-32-1
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1225 Whitney Road,                  ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of land
Southampton, PA 18966.                                situate in the TOWNSHIP OF UPPER
IMPROVEMENTS: A SINGLE FAMILY                         SOUTHAMPTON, County of Bucks,
RESIDENTIAL DWELLING.                                 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: DAVID M.                     TAX PARCEL #48-20-232.
PRIOVOLOS.                                            PROPERTY ADDRESS: 446 Nicholas Drive,
JOSEPH A. GOLDBECK, JR., Esquire                      Southampton, PA 18966.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                           IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                      DWELLING.
                                                      SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: MICHAEL
         DOCKET #07-04907-24-1                        SORKIN.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground               TERRENCE J. McCABE, Esquire
SITUATE in the TOWNSHIP OF UPPER                      EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
SOUTHAMPTON, County of Bucks and                      Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
State of Pennsylvania, described in accordance
with a Survey thereof made on January 14,                    WARMINSTER TOWNSHIP
1954, by Pickering, Corts and Summerson,
Civil Engineers, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, as                   DOCKET #07-09295-31-1
follows, to wit.                                      ALL THAT PARCEL of land in TOWNSHIP
TAX PARCEL #48-024-047-001.                           OF WARMINSTER, Bucks County, State of
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1694 Bonnie Brae                    Pennsylvania, as more fully described in Deed
Drive, Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006.                   Book 1608, Page 1147, ID# 49-020-008,
IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL             being known and designated as all that certain
PROPERTY.                                             lot or piece of ground with the buildings and
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JAMES J.                     improvements thereon erected, situate in the
McKEOWN D/B/A PEPPI’S PIZZA &                         Township of Warminster, County of Bucks,
PASTA AND DEBRA McKEOWN.                              State of Pennsylvania, described according to
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                            a Plan thereof known as “Green Acres” made
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                           by William S. Erwin, Registered Civil Engineer,
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                      dated May 13, 1963 and revised September
                                                      17, 1963 said Plan being recorded in the Office
         DOCKET #07-06713-31-1                        for the Recording of Deeds in and for the
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground               County of Bucks at Doylestown, Pennsylvania
with the buildings and improvements thereon           in Plan Book 6, Page 30 as follows, to wit.
erected, situate in the TOWNSHIP OF                   TAX PARCEL #49-020-008.
UPPER SOUTHAMPTON, County of Bucks                    PROPERTY ADDRESS: 764 Mearns Road,
and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,                     Warminster, PA 18976.
bounded and described according to a Survey,          IMPROVEMENTS: RESIDENTIAL HOUSE
by Edward Pickering, 3rd, Registered Surveyor         DWELLING.
made March 6, 1953; being Lot No. 32 on               SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: ROSALIND
the above mentioned Survey and Plan.                  CALDWELL.
TAX PARCEL #48-016-11.                                MARK J. UDREN, Esquire
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 517 Cushmore Rd.,                   EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
Southampton, PA 18966.                                Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
IMPROVEMENTS: A RESIDENTIAL
DWELLING.                                                      DOCKET #08-00361-24-1
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: ROY A.                       ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or tract of ground
BARONE.                                               with the buildings and improvements thereon
LAUREN R. TABAS, Esquire                              erected, SITUATE in WARMINSTER
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                           TOWNSHIP, Bucks County, Commonwealth
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                      of Pennsylvania, known as Final Plan of Twin

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Streams, made by Diamond Engineering                  condominium dated April 25, 1985 and
Company, Inc., dated October 1, 1977, last            recorded in Deed Book 2608 page 310 and
revised July 30, 1979, and recorded August            amendments thereto recorded in deed book
17, 1979 in Plan Book 186 page 24, as follows,        2613 page 836, 2618 Page 952, 2624 Page
to wit.                                               802, 2624 Page 806, 2639 Page 36, 2634
TAX PARCEL #49-048-046.                               Page 75, 2637 Page 456, 2643 Page 1004,
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1261 Pebble Brook                   2646 Page 403, 2654 Page 151, 2667 Page
Road, Warminster, PA 18974.                           173, 2560 Page 797, 2664 Page 190, 2667
IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL               Page 232, 2674 Page 717, 2678 Page 230,
PROPERTY.                                             2681 Page 893, 2682 Page 900, 2685 Page
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: SHARON                       333, 2689 Page 190, 2694 Page 169, 2698
WILLARD.                                              Page 480, 2700 Page 311 and 2707 Page 478
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                            and the Plats and Plans attached thereto as
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                           Exhibits.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                      TAX PARCEL #50-35-186-13-131.
                                                      PROPERTY ADDRESS: 131 Basswood Court,
         DOCKET #08-01094-18-1                        Warrington, PA 18976.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, piece or parcel of              IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL
land with the buildings and improvements              DWELLING.
thereon, situate in the TOWNSHIP OF                   SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: GALINA
WARMINSTER, County of Bucks, and State                LYUDMIRSKY.
of Pennsylvania, described according to a             LAUREN R. TABAS, Esquire
Final Plan of Subdivision for H. Charles Ford,        EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
III and William D. Ford made by Eastern/              Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
Chadrow Associates, Inc., dated May 22, 2001
and last revised October 9, 2001, as follows,                  DOCKET #08-01022-26-1
to wit.                                               ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, piece or parcel of
TAX PARCEL #49-22-25-1.                               land, with the buildings and improvements
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1221 Jacksonville                   thereon erected, situate, lying and being in
Road, Warminster, PA 18974-2311.                      the TOWNSHIP OF WARRINGTON,
IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL              County of BUCKS, Commonwealth of
PROPERTY.                                             Pennsylvania, described according to a Plan
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JOSEPH                       of Warrington Mews Duplex Townhouses,
G. SEIBEL, JR. A/K/A JOSEPH SEIBEL,                   Section Phase 2 made by Charles E.
JR. AND ELIZABETH J. CURRAN.                          Shoemaker, Inc., dated 5/26/1978 and later
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                            revised 7/5/1979 as follows to wit.
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                           TAX PARCEL #50-025-399.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                      PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2236 Pileggi Road,
                                                      Warrington, PA 18976.
      WARRINGTON TOWNSHIP                             IMPROVEMENTS:                RESIDENTIAL
                                                      PROPERTY.
         DOCKET #08-00974-18-1                        SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JOSEPH
ALL THAT CERTAIN Unit in the property                 W. CANAZARO.
known, named and identified as Hampton                DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
Greens, a condominium, located in the                 EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
TOWNSHIP OF WARRINGTON, County                        Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
which is heretofore been submitted to the                     WARWICK TOWNSHIP
provisions of the Uniform Condominium Act
68, P.C.S. 3101, ET SEQ., by the recording in                   DOCKET #08-00169-32-1
the office of the recorder of deeds in and for        ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground
Bucks County of a declaration of                      situate in the TOWNSHIP OF WARWICK,

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County of Bucks and Commonwealth of                    situate, lying and being in the TOWNSHIP
Pennsylvania, bounded and described according          OF WRIGHTSTOWN, County of Bucks and
to a Final Plan of Stover Mill, made by Carroll        Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and described
Engineering Corporation, Consulting                    according to a Final Plan of Jessica Hill, made
Engineers dated February 26, 1976, last revised        by Tri-State Engineers and Land Surveyors
December 10, 1977, as follows to wit.                  Inc., dated February 1, 1982 and last revised
TAX PARCEL #51-014-228 & 51-014-228-                   July 19, 1982 and recorded in the Office of
001.                                                   the Recorder of Deeds in and for the County
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 875 Williams Place,                  of Bucks at Doylestown, Pennsylvania on
Warminster, PA 18974.                                  November 5, 1982 in Plan Book 215 page
IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL              66.
PROPERTY.                                              TAX PARCEL #53-021-011-007.
SUBJECT TO PRIOR MORTGAGE.                             PROPERTY ADDRESS: 43 Buckman Drive,
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: RACHEL                        Newtown, PA 18940.
SHAGEN AND MARK SHAGEN.                                SUBJECT TO MORTGAGE.
DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire                             IMPROVEMENTS:                 RESIDENTIAL
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            PROPERTY.
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: JAMES
                                                       THOMAS SHERIDAN, JR. A/K/A JAMES
          DOCKET #08-02210-31-1                        T. SHERIDAN. JR. A/K/A JAMES T.
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground                SHERIDAN A/K/A JAMES SHERIDAN
situate in WARWICK TOWNSHIP, County                    AND MELISSA A. SHERIDAN.
of Bucks, and Commonwealth of                          GREGORY JAVARDIAN, Esquire
Pennsylvania.                                          EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
TAX PARCEL #51-13-9-33.                                Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2070 Stout Drive,
Warminster, PA 18974.                                            YARDLEY BOROUGH
IMPROVEMENTS:              RESIDENTIAL
DWELLING.                                                       DOCKET #06-05311-27-1
SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF: OSCAR E.                      ALL THAT CERTAIN unit in the property
KOSMA, JR. AND JOYCE E. KOSMA.                         known, numbered and identified in the
HEIDI R. SPIVAK, Esquire                               Declaration Plan referred to below as Yardley
EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff                            Commons,       located      in   YARDLEY
Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA                       BOROUGH, Bucks County, Pennsylvania,
                                                       which unit has heretofore been submitted to
     WRIGHTSTOWN TOWNSHIP                              the provisions of the Unit Property Act of
                                                       Pennsylvania, Act of July 3, 1963, P.L. 196
      DOCKET #08-00205-18-1                            by the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot or piece of ground,               Bucks County, of a Declaration of




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Condominium dated 1/24/1980 and recorded              SOLD AS THE PROPERTY OF:
in Deed Book 2371 page 186 and amended 3/             CHRISTOPHER A. ALBA AND KENDRA
19/1980 in Deed Book 2376 page 604; a                 Y. MUELLER A/K/A KENDRA ANDERSON.
Declaration Plan dated 1/23/1980 and                  DANIEL G. SCHMIEG, Esquire
recorded in Plan Book 192 page 9; and a Code          EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff
of Regulations dated 1/24/1980 and recorded           Sheriff’s Office, Doylestown, PA
in Deed Book 2371 page 226, and amended 3/
14/1980 in Deed Book 2377 page 1142; being
and designated on the Declaration Plan as Unit        TO ALL PARTIES IN INTEREST AND
Number 712 as more fully described in such            CLAIMANTS: A schedule of distribution will
Declaration of Condominium and Declaration            be filed by the Sheriff within thirty days of
Plan.                                                 date of sale and the distribution will be made
TAX PARCEL #54-010-001-712.                           in accordance with the schedule unless
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 300 South Main                      exceptions are filed thereto within ten days
Street a/k/a 712 Yardley Commons, Yardley,            thereafter.
PA 19067.                                                 The above properties are to be sold by
IMPROVEMENTS:               RESIDENTIAL               EDWARD J. DONNELLY, Sheriff,
PROPERTY.                                             Doylestown, Pennsylvania.




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Change of Name                                            FAIRLESS HILLS CITGO SERVICE
                                                      CENTER, INC. has been incorporated under
                                                      the provisions of the Pennsylvania Business
  IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
                                                      Corporation Law of 1988.
            OF BUCKS COUNTY
           CIVIL ACTION – LAW
                                                          PASS & STOW URBAN INC. has been
             NO. 08-03948-31-6
                                                      incorporated under the provisions of the
     NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the
                                                      Pennsylvania Business Corporation Law of
Petition for the Change of Name has been
                                                      1988.
filed in the above-named Court, praying for
                                                      Bernard M. Resnick, Solicitor
a Decree to change the name of DOUGLAS
                                                      Two Bala Plaza
FORREST CANNON, JR. to DOUGLAS
                                                      Suite 300
FORREST WHIPPLE.
                                                      Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
     The Court has fixed the 25th day of July,
2008 at 10:00 a.m. in Court Room No. 3,
Bucks County Courthouse, Doylestown,                  Charter Application
Pennsylvania, as the time and place for the           Limited Liability Company
hearing of said Petition, when and where all
persons interested may appear and show                     NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
cause, if they have any, why the prayer of            Articles of Organization have been filed with
said Petition should not be granted.                  the Department of State of the
                                                      Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, pursuant
  IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS                        to the provisions of the Pennsylvania Limited
            OF BUCKS COUNTY                           Liability Act of 1994 for the following
           CIVIL ACTION – LAW                         limited liability company.
                NO. 0803180
     NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the                      FASTVAX, LLC has filed a Certificate
Petition for the Change of Name has been              of Organization under the provisions of the
filed in the above named Court, praying for           Pennsylvania Limited Liability Company
a Decree to change the name of DORIAN E.              Law of 1994.
CHATMAN to DORIAN E. THOMPSON.                        William B. Eagan, Solicitor
     The Court has fixed the 9th day of June,         Eagan & Eagan Law Offices
2008, at 10:00 a.m. in Court Room No.                 410 N. Easton Road, Box 459
A-10,      Bucks      County     Courthouse,          Willow Grove, PA 19090
Doylestown, Pennsylvania, as the time and
place for the hearing of said Petitioner, when
and where all persons interested may appear           Charter Application
and show cause, if any they have, why the             Nonprofit
prayer of said Petition should not be granted.
                                                          NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Charter Application                                   Articles of Incorporation have been filed with
                                                      the Department of State of the
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT                       Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at
Articles of Incorporation have been filed with        Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, for the purpose of
the Department of State of the                        obtaining a Certificate of Incorporation
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at                       pursuant to the Pennsylvania Nonprofit
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, for the purpose of          Corporation Law of 1988, as amended.
obtaining a Certificate of Incorporation
pursuant to the provisions of the                        Articles were filed with the Dept. of State
Pennsylvania Business Corporation Law of              on May 9, 2008 for MIRACLE LEAGUE
1988, approved December 21, 1988, P.L.                OF NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP PA
1444, No. 177, effective October 1, 1989,             pursuant o the provisions of the PA
as amended.                                           Nonprofit Corporation Law of 1988 for
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providing athletic activities for special needs          heretofore filed with the Clerk, to the
children.                                                Orphans’ Court Division for Audit and
Gregory C. McCarthy, Solicitor                           confirmation pursuant to Sections 3511,
99 East Court Street                                     5163, 5533 and 7183 of said Code, at 10:00
Doylestown, PA 18901                                     A.M. on Monday, June 2, 2008, in
                                                         Courtroom #7, on the fifth floor of the
Classified Ad                                            BUCKS        COUNTY        COURTHOUSE,
                                                         DOYLESTOWN, PA.
         ATTORNEY WANTED                                 ANY PERSON who fails to present his/her
   Est’d mid-size firm in Lower Bucks                    claim or make objection in person or by
County seeks general practice atty w/ min.               attorney at the audit or confirmation of the
3-5 yrs. Exp. in PI, criminal, etc. Send                 account will be barred forever from so doing.
resume to P. O. Box 7081, Penndel, PA                    WARRIS, RONALD B. – Edward Warris,
19047.                                                   Executor
                                                                   BARBARA G. REILLY,
          ATTORNEY WANTED                                          REGISTER OF WILLS
    Bucks County Law Firm seeks criminal                           AND CLERK OF THE
attorney with five (5) years experience. Fax                   ORPHANS’ COURT DIVISION
resume to: 215-504-0501.                                       COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
                                                                    OF BUCKS COUNTY
            OFFICE FOR RENT
    Lower Bucks County law firm at
Neshaminy Interplex has a private office for             Estate Notice
rent. Includes adjacent sec’l space,
receptionist, conf. room, law library. Copier,               Notice is hereby given that in the estates
fax, hi-speed internet access also available.            of the decedents set forth below the Register
215-244-0880.                                            of Wills has granted letters testamentary or
                                                         of administration to the person named. All
   SITUATION WANTED - ASSOCIATE                          persons having claims or demands against
                  ATTORNEY                               said estates are requested to make known the
     Experienced Domestic Relations attorney             same, and all person indebted to said estates
seeks full time associate position in fast-paced         are requested to make payment without
growing practice. Excellent courtroom and                delay, to the executors or administrators or
drafting skills as well as the ability to educate        their attorneys named below.
clients and make them partners in the
litigation process. I also have experience in            First Publication
real estate, workers compensation and general
practice. Admitted in Pennsylvania and New               ALTHOUSE, ROBERT, dec’d.
Jersey and Federal Courts. Contact Elise S.                 Late of Sellersville Borough.
Salisbury (215) 284-8641.                                   Executrix: SUSAN MURR, c/o James M.
                                                            McNamara, Esquire, McNamara, Bolla,
Confirmation of Account                                     Williams & Panzer, 116 East Court
                                                            Street, Doylestown, PA 18901.
First Publication                                        BLICHASZ, SARAH L., dec’d.
                                                            Late of Dublin Borough.
   BARBARA G. REILLY, Clerk of Orphans’                     Executors: EDWARD C. BLICHASZ
Court Division of the Court of Common Pleas                 and CAROLYN BECKER, P. O. Box
of Bucks County:                                            1207, Doylestown, PA 18901.
HEREBY GIVES NOTICE PURSUANT TO                             Attorney: ROBERT F. RUEHL, 105
Section 745 of the Probate, Estates and                     East State Street, Doylestown, PA 18901.
Fiduciaries Code that the following                      CRAWFORD, CATHERINE A., dec’d.
Fiduciaries will present their accounts,                    Late of Bristol Borough.

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   Executrix: ELIZABETH CORDISCO,                       Attorney: CHARLES J. CONTURSO,
   c/o William J. Salerno, Esquire, 220                 300 West Trenton Avenue, Morrisville,
   Radcliffe Street, P. O. Box 2123, Bristol,           PA 19067.
   PA 19007.                                         GRONER,        RUTH       a/k/a     RUTH
   Attorney: WILLIAM J. SALERNO, 220                    ROWLANDS GRONER, dec’d.
   Radcliffe Street, P. O. Box 2123, Bristol,           Late of Quakertown Borough.
   PA 19007.                                            Executor: WILLIAM D. GRONER, 705
                                                        E. Broad Street, Quakertown, PA 18951.
GAWRONSKI, ROSE M. a/k/a ROSE M.                        Attorney: ROBERT W. PRITCHARD,
  KOZLOWSKY, dec’d.                                     Pritchard Law Offices, LLC, 590
  Late of Doylestown Borough.                           Bethlehem Pike, P. O. Box 624, Colmar,
  Executor: EDWARD J. HENDRICKS,                        PA 18915.
  P. O. Box 757, Lahaska, PA 18931.                  IFFERT, ELLA MAE, dec’d.
  Attorney: ROBERT W. PRITCHARD,                        Late of West Rockhill Township.
  Pritchard Law Offices, LLC, 590                       Executor: HAROLD R. MEYERS, c/o
  Bethlehem Pike, P. O. Box 624, Colmar,                Jack J. Hetherington, Esquire, 43 North
  PA 18915.                                             Main Street, Chalfont, PA 18914.
GEISEL, JOHN M., dec’d.                                 Attorney: JACK J. HETHERINGTON,
  Late of Newtown, Bucks County, PA.                    43 North Main Street, Chalfont, PA
  Executors: JOHN M. GEISEL, JR., 22                    18914.
  W. 3rd Ave., New Castle, DE 19720 and              KALBERER, MYRTLE K., dec’d.
  RITCHIE GEISEL, 4324 Landfall Dr.,                    Late of Middletown Township.
  Williamsburg, VA 23185.                               Executor: DAVID E. DOWALL, c/o
GRAY, EMMET E., dec’d.                                  Stuckert and Yates, Two North State St.,
  Late of Langhorne, Bucks County, PA.                  Newtown, PA 18940.
  Executrix: M. THERESA GRAY, 2304                      Attorney: RICHARD DANESE, JR.,
  Brownsville Road, M-11, Langhorne, PA                 Stuckert and Yates, Two North State
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LOWERY, RUTH ARLENE a/k/a R.                        Oxford Valley Road, Fairless Hills, PA
  ARLENE LOWERY, dec’d.                             19030.
  Late of Perkasie Borough.                         Attorney: JOSEPH P. CARACAPPA,
  Executors: DARYL J. LOWERY, 510                   Jackson, Cook, Caracappa & Bloom, 312
  Union St., Perkasie, PA 18944 and R.              Oxford Valley Road, Fairless Hills, PA
  ELAINE ZUBER, 1895 S. Albert St.,                 19030.
  Allentown, PA 18103.                           STRENK, FRED C., dec’d.
                                                    Late of Newtown Township.
MAGUIRE, MARY JANE, dec’d.                          Executrix: MARIANN S. MILLER, 142
  Late of Upper Southampton Township.               Sequoia Drive, Newtown, PA 18940.
  Executor: MMA TRUST COMPANY,                   SWARTZ, BETTY J., dec’d.
  1110 North Main Street, Goshen, IN                Late of Milford Township.
  46527.                                            Executrix: PAMELA SWARTZ COPE,
  Attorney: JEFFREY K. LANDIS,                      c/o Williams and Schildt, 1007 W. Broad
  Bricker, Landis & Hunsberger, 114 East            St., Quakertown, PA 18951.
  Broad Street, P. O. Box 64769,                    Attorney: JAMES M. SCHILDT,
  Souderton, PA 18964.                              Williams and Schildt, 1007 W. Broad St.,
                                                    Quakertown, PA 18951.
MURPHY, ANNE S. a/k/a ANNE                       TOPOLSKI, STANLEY C. a/k/a STANLEY
  ELIZABETH MURPHY, dec’d.                          C. TOPOLSKI, SR., dec’d.
  Late of Springfield Township.                     Late of Falls Township.
  Executor: JOHN JOSEPH MURPHY,                     Executor: STANLEY M. TOPOLSKI, c/
  JR., c/o Bradford D. Wagner, Esquire,             o William J. Salerno, Esquire, 220
  662 Main Street, Hellertown, PA 18055-            Radcliffe Street, P. O. Box 2123, Bristol,
  1726.                                             PA 19007.
  Attorney: BRADFORD D. WAGNER,                     Attorney: WILLIAM J. SALERNO, 220
  662 Main Street, Hellertown, PA 18055-            Radcliffe Street, P. O. Box 2123, Bristol,
  1726.                                             PA 19007.
                                                 WILLIAMS, THERESA M. a/k/a THERESA
O’DONNELL, GEORGE a/k/a GEORGE                      WILLIAMS and THERESA MARY
   HUGH O’DONNELL, dec’d.                           WILLIAMS, dec’d.
   Late of Falls Township.                          Late of Warminster Township.
   Administratrix      C.T.A.: LEIA                 Executrix: DORIS E. WEIDAMOYER,
   O’DONNELL, 800 Trenton Road, Apt.                c/o Beeghley and Beeghley, 3038 Butler
   124, Langhorne, PA 19047.                        Pike, Conshohocken, PA 19428.
   Attorney: SUE N. LANG, Law Offices               Attorney: DAVID B. BEEGHLEY,
   of Lang & Smith, 375 Indian Creek                Beeghley and Beeghley, 3038 Butler Pike,
   Drive, Levittown, PA 19057.                      Conshohocken, PA 19428.
                                                 WURST, ALBINA MARIE a/k/a A. MARIE
ROBISON, MARILYN E., dec’d.                         WURST, dec’d.
  Late of Sellersville, Bucks County, PA.           Late of Warminster Township.
  Executrix: SELENA A. ROBISON, c/o                 Executor: CHRISTIAN J. WURST,
  Ronald R. Bolig, Esquire, 5 Temple                JR., 387 Springdale Ave., Hatboro, PA
  Avenue, Sellersville, PA 18960.                   19040.
  Attorney: RONALD R. BOLIG, Robert              ZACIRKA, JOSEPHINE G., dec’d.
  A. Lechowicz Law Offices, 5 Temple                Late of Dublin, Bucks County, PA.
  Avenue, Sellersville, PA 18960.                   Executor: DEAN S. ZACIRKA, c/o
                                                    Ronald R. Bolig, Esquire, 5 Temple
STEELE, JOHN R., dec’d.                             Avenue, Sellersville, PA 18960.
   Late of Middletown Township.                     Attorney: RONALD R. BOLIG, Robert
   Executor: CHRISTOPHER P. STEELE,                 A. Lechowicz Law Offices, 5 Temple
   c/o Joseph P. Caracappa, Esquire, 312            Avenue, Sellersville, PA 18960.

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Second Publication                                    Executor: GARELD R. GRAY II, c/o
                                                      Eastburn and Gray, P.C., 60 East Court
BENNINGTON, FRANCES F. a/k/a                          Street, P. O. Box 1389, Doylestown, PA
  FRANCES         BENNINGTON           and            18901-0137.
  FRANCES F. WOLTERSDORF, dec’d.                      Attorney: FRANK N. GALLAGHER,
  Late of Upper Southampton Township.                 Eastburn and Gray, P.C., 60 East Court
  Executor: EDWIN S. MOORE, III, c/o                  Street, P. O. Box 1389, Doylestown, PA
  Christopher R. Rosser, Esquire, 1900                18901-0137.
  Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103.           HENDRICKS, RUTH P., dec’d.
  Attorney:      CHRISTOPHER             R.           Late of Hilltown Township.
  ROSSER, Thistle Moore Rosser & Tull,                Executrices: F. ELAINE EWASHKO and
  1900 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA                MARY LOU OTT, c/o 301 North Main
  19103.                                              Street, Telford, PA 18969.
COHEN, HOWARD S., dec’d.                              Attorney: RONALD R. BOLIG, 301
  Late of Lower Southampton Township.                 North Main Street, Telford, PA 18969.
  Executor: HARRY M. BATURIN, 2306                 KARPOWICZ, EDWARD, dec’d.
  Logan Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011.                  Late of Bensalem, Bucks County, PA.
  Attorney: BUTLER LAW FIRM, 500                      Executrix: MARY ELIZABETH
  North Third Street, P. O. Box 1004,                 KARPOWICZ, 44 Ridgeway Street,
  Harrisburg, PA 17108.                               Mount Holly, NJ 08060.
DOHUN,      MARGARET           A.     a/k/a        KEILL, FRED C., dec’d.
  MARGARET DOHUN, dec’d.                              Late of Northampton Township.
  Late of Bristol, Bucks County, PA.                  Executor: FRED C. KEILL, JR., 11613
  Executrix: LINDA J. UHLHORN, 5921                   Proctor Road, Philadelphia, PA 19116.
  Cichester Ave., Aston, PA 19014.                    Attorney: THOMAS M. GUINAN,
ERKESS, WALTER J., dec’d.                             Howland, Hess, Guinan, Torpey &
  Late of Northampton Township.                       Cassidy LLP, 2444 Huntingdon Pike,
  Executrices: PAULA L. GOLDSTEIN                     Huntingdon, Valley, PA 19006.
  and MERLE H. PIRO, c/o Barry                     KIRKWOOD, ROBERT J., dec’d.
  Cooperberg, Esquire, Ten Sentry Parkway,            Late of Bensalem, Bucks County, PA.
  Suite 200, Blue Bell, PA 19422-3001.                Executrix: ALMA T. ECKERT, 2266
  Attorney: BARRY COOPERBERG,                         Monroe Ave., Bensalem, PA 19020.
  Fox Rothschild LLP, Ten Sentry                   LANDIS, OLIVER MOYER a/k/a OLIVER
  Parkway, Suite 200, P. O. Box 3001, Blue            M. LANDIS, dec’d.
  Bell, PA 19422-3001.                                Late of Quakertown Borough.
FREED, ROY L., dec’d.                                 Executor: PATRICK M. EGAN, P.O. Box
  Late of West Rockhill Township.                     264, Perkasie, PA 18944.
  Executrix:                 MARJORIE              LEIDY, MARJORIE G., dec’d.
  SCHMIDENBERG, c/o Jay C. Glickman,                  Late of Upper Southampton Township.
  Esquire, Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg &               Executrix: JOAN KRAFTCHAK,
  Gifford, 2605 N. Broad Street, P. O. Box            3578 Wilawana Rd., Sayre, PA 18840-
  1277, Lansdale, PA 19446.                           9592.
GEERLINGS, AFRA, dec’d.                            MacQUAID, JOHN M., dec’d.
  Late of Buckingham Township.                        Late of Warminster, Bucks County, PA.
  Executrix: MARGARIT GOLDSMITH,                      Executrices: JOANNE MacQUAID,
  c/o Stuckert and Yates, Two North State             684 Ivyland Road, Warminster, PA
  St., Newtown, PA 18940.                             18974 and KAREN WINSLOW, 115
  Attorney: DONNA J. WENGIEL,                         Park Road, Ambler, PA 19002.
  Stuckert and Yates, Two North State                 Attorney: ANGELA R. WINSLOW,
  Street, Newtown, PA 18940.                          Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, P.C., Two
GRAY, GARELD R., dec’d.                               PPG Place, Suite 400, Pittsburgh, PA
  Late of Bucks County, PA.                           15222.

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MAGUIRE, BERNARD L., JR., dec’d.                 MOONAN, ETHEL G., dec’d.
  Late of Bristol Township.                        Late of Quakertown Borough.
  Administratrix: IRENE ROMANO, c/o                Executor: RAYMOND SHAFFER, 3076
  Anthony A. Mandio, Esquire, P. O. Box            Ridge Road, Perkasie, PA 18944.
  308, Langhorne, PA 19047.                        Attorney: LOUIS F. FLOGE, JR., 2246
  Attorney: ANTHONY A. MANDIO,                     Bristol Pike, Bensalem, PA 19020.
  Begley, Carlin & Mandio, LLP, P. O. Box        O’NEILL, REGINA M. a/k/a REGINA
  308, Langhorne, PA 19047.                        MARIE O’NEILL, dec’d.
                                                   Late of Langhorne Borough.
MAIER,     BARBARA      JOAN      a/k/a            Administratrix C.T.A.: CHRIS-KELLY
  BARBARA J. MAIER, dec’d.                         BOWER, c/o Joseph P. McGowan,
  Late of Lower Southampton Township.              Esquire, 6221 Rising Sun Avenue,
  Executor: WILLIAM ALBERT MAIER,                  Philadelphia, PA 19111.
  5344 Warm Springs Trail, Fort Worth,             Attorney: JOSEPH P. MC GOWAN,
  TX 76137.                                        Stewart and McGowan, 6221 Rising Sun
MC KILLIP, RUTH S., dec’d.                         Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111.
  Late of Northampton Township.                  PERELMAN, FAY, dec’d.
  Executor: HARRY F. MC KILLIP, c/o                Late of Bucks County, PA.
  Robert L. Adshead, Esquire, 1250                 Executrix: BETH PERELMAN, 1309
  Germantown Pike, Suite 205, Plymouth             Steamboat Sta., Southampton, PA 18966.
  Meeting, PA 19462.                             PORPORA, RUTH K. a/k/a RUTH
  Attorney: ROBERT L. ADSHEAD,                     PORPORA, dec’d.
  Hughes, Kalkbrenner & Adshead, 1250              Late of Wrightstown Township.
  Germantown Pike, Suite 205, Plymouth             Executors: WALTER J. PISEL and
  Meeting, PA 19462.                               ROBERT M. PISEL, c/o Melissa V.




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  Bond, Esquire, 16 North Franklin Street,           Lancaster Avenue, Suite T-2, Berwyn, PA
  Suite 300, Doylestown, PA 18901.                   19312.
  Attorney: MELISSA V. BOND, Bond                 VASEY, MARGARET E., dec’d.
  & McCullough, 16 North Franklin Street,            Late of Solebury Township.
  Suite 300, P. O. Box 853, Doylestown,              Executors: DIANE BECK-WERNER and
  PA 18901.                                          NEWTON L. BECK, JR., c/o Robert J.
SKEES, RICHARD, dec’d.                               Hastings, Esquire, 105 E. State Street,
  Late of Quakertown Borough.                        P.O. Box 1604, Doylestown, PA 18901.
  Executrix: NONA FEATHERS, c/o                      Attorney: ROBERT J. HASTINGS, 105
  Williams and Schildt, 1007 W. Broad St.,           E. State Street, P.O. Box 1604,
  Quakertown, PA 18951.                              Doylestown, PA 18901.
  Attorney: JAMES M. SCHILDT,                     WILLIAMS, CHESTER T., dec’d.
  Williams and Schildt, 1007 W. Broad St.,           Late of Doylestown Township.
  Quakertown, PA 18951.                              Executor: HOWARD C. WILLIAMS,
                                                     c/o Renee C. Rock, Esquire, 900 Town
STOUT, MARK JOSEPH, dec’d.                           Center, New Britain, PA 18901.
  Late of Nockamixon Township.                       Attorney: RENEE C. ROCK, Shober &
  Administratrix: MARITA STOUT, c/o                  Rock, P.C., 900 Town Center, New
  Alice J. Tillger, Esquire, 645 E. Butler           Britain, PA 18901.
  Avenue, New Britain, PA 18901.                  YOERKE, JOHN T., dec’d.
  Attorney: ALICE J. TILLGER, 645 E.                 Late of Bristol Township.
  Butler Avenue, New Britain, PA 18901.              Administrator: JAMES F. CONVEY,
SUMBLER, ALBERT L., dec’d.                           409 Santillo Way, Downingtown, PA
  Late of Bensalem Township.                         19335.
  Administratrix: QUEEN E. SUMBLER,
  c/o James M. McMaster, Esquire, Smith           Third and Final Publication
  and McMaster, P.C., 301 South State
  Street, Newtown, PA 18940.                      ASCHMANN, EMILY L., dec’d.
  Attorney: JAMES M. MCMASTER,                       Late of Upper Southampton Township.
  Smith and McMaster, P.C., 301 South                Executor: WACHOVIA BANK, N.A.,
  State Street, Newtown, PA 18940.                   Attn: Maureen G. Gilbert, CTFA, VP,
SWARTLEY, MAHLON S., dec’d.                          Trust Advisor, 123 S. Broad Street,
  Late of Richland Township.                         PA4312, Philadelphia, PA 19109.
  Executors:      NATIONAL         PENN              Attorney: PAUL A. COGHLAN, 437
  INVESTORS TRUST COMPANY,                           Rhawn Street, Philadelphia, PA 19111.
  DAVID A. SWARTLEY and GLENN R.                  CORLE, KENNETH R. a/k/a KENNETH
  SWARTLEY, c/o Grim, Biehn &                        RUSSELL CORLE, dec’d.
  Thatcher, 104 South Sixth Street, P. O.            Late of Middletown Township.
  Box 215, Perkasie, PA 18944-0215.                  Executrix: WENDY LALLY, 2750
  Attorney: GREGORY E. GRIM, Grim,                   Trenton Road, Levittown, PA 19056.
  Biehn & Thatcher, 104 South Sixth               CRAVEN, TEMMA G., dec’d.
  Street, P. O. Box 215, Perkasie, PA                Late of Bristol Township.
  18944-0215.                                        Executor: LAWRENCE H. FISHER,
THOMAS, JULIA RUST a/k/a JULIA R.                    1202 Sherman Ave., Pittsburgh, PA
  THOMAS, dec’d.                                     15212.
  Late of Northampton Township.                   EITELGEORGE, HARRY E., dec’d.
  Executor:      JAMES       PETERSEN                Late of Doylestown Township.
  THOMAS, 48 Tulip Road, Holland, PA                 Executrix: ROSANNE REBLING, c/o
  18966-2427.                                        Scott A. Petri, Esquire, Scott Petri &
  Attorney: RYAN M. BORNSTEIN,                       Associates, P.C., 2288 Second Street
  Harvey Ballard & Bornstein LLC, 800                Pike, Suite 1, Wrightstown, PA 18940.


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  Attorney: SCOTT A. PETRI, Scott Petri             Executor: ARNOLD ROSENBERG, c/
  & Associates, P.C., 2288 Second Street            o Steven C. Levitt, Esquire, P. O. Box
  Pike, Suite 1, Wrightstown, PA 18940.             5231, Princeton, NJ 08543-5231.
HUTCHINS, RITA E. a/k/a RITA E.                     Attorney: STEVEN C. LEVITT, Fox
  DELANEY, dec’d.                                   Rothschild LLP, P. O. Box 5231,
  Late of Telford, Bucks County, PA.                Princeton, NJ 08543-5231.
  Executrix: SUSAN COLKETT, 50 Ridge              RUGGLES, ANNE M., dec’d.
  Run Rd., Sellersville, PA 18960.                  Late of New Britain Township.
JONES, EDWARD S., dec’d.                            Administrator: GARY A. RUGGLES, c/
  Late of Warwick Township.                         o Alan G. Wandalowski, Esquire, Antheil,
  Administratrix:               CAROLE              Maslow & MacMinn, LLP, 131 West
  DiGIUSEPPE, 1608 Brook Lane,                      State Street, P. O. Box 50, Doylestown,
  Jamison, PA 18929.                                PA 18901.
LESTER, CHARLOTTE E., dec’d.                      SALLUSTIO, ELIZABETH, dec’d.
  Late of New Britain Township.                     Late of Bristol Borough.
  Executrix: MARILYN DARROWS, 238                   Executrix: JULIA ORIOLO, c/o William
  Old Dublin Pike, Doylestown, PA 18901.            J. Salerno, Esquire, 220 Radcliffe Street,
McMULLEN, JAMES P., JR. a/k/a SLIM                  P.O. Box 2123, Bristol, PA 19007.
  McMULLEN, dec’d.                                  Attorney: WILLIAM J. SALERNO, 220
  Late of Warminster, Bucks County, PA.             Radcliffe Street, P.O. Box 2123, Bristol,
  Administratrix: KRISTA McMULLEN,                  PA 19007.
  3435 Salmon St., Philadelphia, PA 19134.        SCHMID, FRIEDA a/k/a FRIEDA M.
MICHELFELDER, ELEANORE M., dec’d.                   SCHMID, dec’d.
  Late of Northampton Township.                     Late of Langhorne Borough.
  Executor:           ERWIN            D.           Executrix: BEVERLY ZIMMERMANN,
  MICHELFELDER, SR., c/o Stark &                    c/o Stark & Stark, P.C., P. O. Box 1500,
  Stark, P.C., P. O. Box 1500, Newtown,             Newtown, PA 18940.
  PA 18940.                                         Attorney: HENRY E. VAN BLUNK,
  Attorney: HENRY E. VAN BLUNK,                     Stark & Stark, P.C., P. O. Box 1500,
  Stark & Stark, P.C., P. O. Box 1500,              Newtown, PA 18940.
  Newtown, PA 18940.
MULLEN, MILDRED HART, dec’d.                      SOKOLOWSKI, JOSEPH J. a/k/a
  Late of Warminster Township.                      JOSEPH SOKOLOWSKI, dec’d.
  Administrator C.T.A.: WALTER W.                   Late of Northampton Township.
  WRIGHT, c/o John H. Potts, Esquire,               Administrator:             THEODORE
  200 Eagle Rd., Ste. 106, Wayne, PA                SOKOLOSKI, c/o Grim, Biehn &
  19087-3115.                                       Thatcher, P. O. Box 215, Perkasie, PA
  Attorney: JOHN H. POTTS, Herr Potts               18944-0215.
  & Potts, Strafford Office Building #2,            Attorney: JOEL STEINMAN, Grim,
  200 Eagle Rd., Ste. 106, Wayne, PA                Biehn & Thatcher, 104 S. Sixth St., P. O.
  19087-3115.                                       Box 215, Perkasie, PA 18944-0215.
ROBERTS, MARVIN C., dec’d.                        SWARTZ, IRIS I., dec’d.
  Late of Rockhill Township.                        Late of Bristol Township.
  Executors: STEVEN M. ROBERTS,                     Executrix: ROSE SLAKOPER, c/o
  PENNY L. LYONS and PAMELA J.                      William J. Salerno, Esquire, 220 Radcliffe
  NEES, c/o Robert A. Lechowicz, Esquire,           Street, P.O. Box 2123, Bristol, PA 19007.
  301 N. Main Street, Telford, PA 18969.            Attorney: WILLIAM J. SALERNO, 220
ROSENBERG, IVY a/k/a IVY FAITH                      Radcliffe Street, P.O. Box 2123, Bristol,
  ROSENBERG            and     IVY      F.          PA 19007.
  ROSENBERG, dec’d.                               THORRICK, IRENE K., dec’d.
  Late of Upper Makefield Township.                 Late of Upper Southampton Township.


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   Executrix: JANI E. THORRICK, 26                      of Pennsylvania, Department of State, Bureau
   Gravel Hill Rd., Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006.        of Corporations at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania,
   Attorney: BRIAN McDEVITT, Fox,                       a Certificate for the conduct of a business in
   Differ, Callahan, Sheridan & McDevitt,               Bucks County, Pennsylvania, under the assumed
   Three Penn Court, 325 Swede Street,                  or fictitious name, style or designation of:
   Norristown, PA 19401.
TURNAU, HERMINA, dec’d.                                 McSTEW’S IRISH SPORTS PUB with its
   Late of Northampton Township.                        principal place of business at 5316 New Falls
   Executor: WILLIAM F. TURNAU, 43174                   Rd., Levittown, PA 19036.
   Washington Way, Canton, MI 48187.                        The names and addresses of the persons
ULLRICH, ROBERT a/k/a ROBERT V.                         owning or interested in said business are:
   ULLRICH, dec’d.                                      Thomas Tyler, 633 Glen Meadow Rd.,
   Late of Lower Southampton Township.                  Richboro, PA and Michael McMaster, 21
   Executor: JOSEPH P. KUHAR, 8638                      Iroquois Rd., Levittown, PA.
   Hickory Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19136.                     The certificate was filed on May 12, 2008.
VINCENT, ANTHONY G. a/k/a TONY G.                       William J. Benz, Solicitor
   VINCENT and TONY VINCENT, dec’d.                     Lakeside Office Park
   Late of Solebury Township.                           Suite 307
   Executrix: ANN VINCENT, c/o Amanda                   Southampton, PA 18966
   K. Gormley, Esquire, 2206 Delancey
   Place, Philadelphia, PA 19103.                       Foreign Corporation
   Attorney: AMANDA K. GORMLEY,
   Law Offices of Peter L. Klenk &
                                                            JOSEPH FRIEDMAN & SONS OF NJ,
   Associates, 2206 Delancey Place,
                                                        INC., a corporation organized under the laws
   Philadelphia, PA 19103.
                                                        of the state of New Jersey, has applied for a
VOGT, ETHEL a/k/a ETHEL M. VOGT and
                                                        Certificate of Authority under the provisions
   ETHEL MAE VOGT, dec’d.
                                                        of the Business Corporation Law of 1988.
   Late of Telford Borough.
                                                        The address of its principal office under the
   Executor: LEE R. VOGT, 319 Edgemont
                                                        laws of the jurisdiction in which it is
   Ave., Quakertown, PA 18951.
                                                        incorporated is: 9010 Atlantic Ave., Unit
WIEAND, EMILY H., dec’d.
                                                        225, Margate, NJ 08402 and the address of its
   Late of Quakertown, Bucks County, PA.
                                                        proposed registered office in this Commonwealth
   Executor: JERRY WIEAND, 908
                                                        is 29 Briana Rd., Holland, PA 18966.
   Callowhill Rd., Perkasie, PA 18944.
                                                        Kalikhman & Rayz, Solicitors
                                                        1051 County Line Road
Fictitious Name                                         Unit 102
                                                        Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
     NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant
to the provisions of Act of Assembly No. 295,
approved December 16, 1982, effective                   Foreign Corporation
March 16, 1983, of intention to file in the             Withdrawal
office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth
                                                           Pursuant to the requirements of section
                                                        4129 of the Pennsylvania Business
  No place to go between                                Corporation Law of 1988, notice is hereby
  hearings?                                             given that Telstar USA Inc., a Delaware
  Need a place to sit back, relax                       corporation, transacting business in
                                                        Pennsylvania with its registered office in the
  and unwind?                                           Commonwealth at 211 Sinclair Street,
  The BCBA has a club room                              Bristol, PA 19007, will file a certificate
  exclusively for its members!                          terminating its authority as a foreign
                                                        corporation.
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  The BCBA Now Has Wireless Internet AND
  a Remote Office for You!!!
  Please be advised, the Bar Association
  Building now has wireless internet for its
  members. This is a secure server and
  password protected, so please look for
  informational flyers which have been
  placed throughout the building
  that walk you through connecting
  to the internet. Additionally, we
  have a remote office set up in an alcove
  of the building, which has a printer as well.
  No laptop, no worries. We have a laptop available on a
  first come first serve basis that is free to members to use
  in the remote office. Please contact Patty at 215-348-
  9413 x100 to reserve it. There is a nominal fee for
  non-members to use this equipment.




            ILENE YOUNG
                    REPRESENTING PARENTS
           AND   STUDENTS IN SCHOOL LAW DISPUTES
                          Special Education
                            IEP Meetings
                       Due Process Hearings
                        Disciplinary Matters
                 Bullying and Zero Tolerance Issues
                    Federal Education Litigation

                   Law Office of Ilene Young, Esquire
              50 East Court Street, Doylestown, PA 18901
                 215-348-5448 • www.ileneyoung.com

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                                    LAW OFFICES

            MELLON WEBSTER & SHELLY
                            A PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION



                  A Living Tribute to Founder Bill Eastburn




          SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 3–7PM AT FONTHILL MUSEUM
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             food & festivities – all for a good cause
                                     FEATURING:
          Gulf-Coast-inspired picnic fare • Live music by Zydeco-A-Go-Go
                  Games, Activities, and Music for the youngsters
     Adult $40, $50 at door   •   Youth 7-20 $10, $20 at door    •   6 & under free
           For tickets or more information, email kmoffat@fultonbank
                                  267-893-6940
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    MWS • 87 NORTH BROAD STREET, DOYLESTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA 18901
                     215.348.7700 • 800.348.7705
                     WWW.MELLONWEBSTER.COM


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