JAMES A. LONG, ET AL. v. CHARLES D. LEDFORD, ET AL. - Articles

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Posted by: Landry Butler on Sep 30, 2016

Court: TN Court of Appeals

Attorneys 1:

Charles D. Ledford and Vivian Ledford, Erwin, Tennessee, pro se appellants.

Attorneys 2:

James S. Pate, Erwin, Tennessee, for the appellees, James A. Long and Patricia Long.

Judge(s): SWINEY

James A. Long and Patricia Long (“Plaintiffs”) sued Charles D. Ledford and Vivian Ledford (“Defendants”) with regard to a promissory note. After a trial, the Circuit Court for Unicoi County (“the Trial Court”) entered a Final Order granting Plaintiffs a judgment against Defendants for $21,296.01. Defendants appeal to this Court. The record on appeal contains no transcript and no statement of the evidence. We must assume that the record had it been preserved would contain sufficient evidence to support the Trial Court?s factual findings. We, therefore, affirm.