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Ward v. Sisco
United States District Court, W.D. Kentucky, Louisville Division
April 5, 2017
TIMOTHY WARD et al ., Plaintiffs,
KATHLEEN SISCO et al., Defendants.
J. Hale, Judge United States District Court
Timothy Ward and Carrie Ward filed the instant pro
se action. Rule 12(h)(3) of the Federal Rules of Civil
Procedure provides, “If the court determines at any
time that it lacks subject-matter jurisdiction, the court
must dismiss the action.” A review of the complaint
reveals that this Court lacks subject-matter jurisdiction.
Therefore, the Court will dismiss the action.
SUMMARY OF CLAIMS
name the following Defendants: Kathleen Sisco; Strictly
Referrals; Wilburn R. Sisco; and Moulton and Long, PLLC A/K/A
C. Mike Moulton. The complaint also names as real parties in
interest Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC, and VA Vendee Financing.
The complaint stems from Plaintiffs' attempt to purchase
a home in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The complaint describes
the “Nature of the Action” as follows:
 This action is brought pursuant to
I. Kentucky Consumer Protection Act, K.R.S § 367.170,
II. Common Law for Breach of Implied Warranty
III. Common Law Breach of Express Warranty
IV. Common Law Claim Unjust Enrichment
V. Common Law Negligent Misrepresentation
VI. Common Law Fraud
statement of facts, Plaintiffs state that “the
Defendants agreed to sell the property for $100.000 with a
$2000.00 down payment.” They further allege the
 The Plaintiffs states that the Defendants Wilburn Sisco
and Kathleen Sisco stated and agreed to a 30 day warranty on
the property, beginning March 11th 2016 and ending May l0th
2016. The Plaintiffs states that the Defendants agreed to a
30 day Warranty on the property. the Defendants agreed the
warranty would cover any problems the property would have and
the Defendants would pay for the problem and repairs. The
Defendants were informed about problems with the property and
breach the 30 day Warranty did not fix the problems. The
Plaintiffs states that the Defendants failed to fix and
replace the window and frames that were rooting away. There
were several window that did not open, and widow frames were
rooting away, this may be a termite problem. The Plaintiff
has had to fix problems and pay for repairs, the
Defendants' refused to pay for the repairs. The
Defendants action violates the 30 day Warranty agreement.
 The Plaintiffs states that the Defendants deliberately
lied and breach the Contract for Deed, the Defendants now are
telling the Plaintiffs they are not buying the property. The
Plaintiffs states that the monthly payments were ...
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