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STATE CAPITAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION v. 221 SHADY AVENUE (06/27/80)

filed: June 27, 1980.

STATE CAPITAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
v.
221 SHADY AVENUE, INC., MORTGAGOR, AND ALL-STATES APARTMENT LEASING, INC., APPELLANT (TWO CASES)



No. 1091 April Term, 1978, No. 1092 April Term, 1978, Appeal from Orders of Court dated June 7, 1978, of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Civil Division, Pennsylvania, No. GD 77-24569 and No. GD 77-24570.

COUNSEL

Mark L. Glosser, Pittsburgh, for appellant.

Jeffrey C. Munnell, McKeesport, for mortgagor.

Van der Voort, Spaeth and Watkins, JJ. Spaeth, J., concurs in the result.

Author: Watkins

[ 279 Pa. Super. Page 63]

These are appeals from the orders of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, denying the petitions of the defendant-appellant, All States Apartment Leasing, Inc., to open judgments taken for default on certain mortgages.

On or about October 21, 1977, the appellee, State Capital Savings and Loan Association, instituted four complaints in mortgage foreclosure against the appellant. No answers were filed by the appellants. On November 16, 1977, default judgments were taken by the appellee on two of the mortgage foreclosure actions which are the subject of this appeal. The appeals in both cases are consolidated before this Court.

[ 279 Pa. Super. Page 64]

On November 29, praecipes for Writs of Execution were issued on these two actions and on November 30, 1977, Writs of Execution were served upon the appellant and costs were paid to the Sheriff of Allegheny County for the advertisement of the execution sales. Proper notices were made during the execution procedure.

On December 7, 1977, a rule was entered by the Common Pleas Court of Allegheny County against the appellee to show cause why the judgments entered should not be opened. The appellee answered and after argument, the court below dismissed the rule and ordered execution to proceed.

In April of 1976, the appellant purchased the subject real estate and many other parcels at a receiver's sale. The real estate, so purchased, was encumbered by individual mortgages and the purchase was expressly made to be subject to these mortgages.

Payments were made for a time on the mortgages. However, in December, 1976, a check presented by the appellant was dishonored by the drawee bank. Since November, 1976, the appellee has received no monthly payments whatsoever from the appellant on the two properties in question.

During the period between the purchase and the institution of foreclosure proceedings, many meetings and conversation were held between the parties and Charles Patterson, the agent for All States, was told repeatedly that the ...


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