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remained unchanged. The court magistrate issued an order granting default

judgment to Deutsche Bank against all defaulting parties.

{¶ 12} On October 3, 2008, the magistrate issued a decision granting

summary judgment in favor of Deutsche Bank and against Ingle on the note in

the sum of $79,639.89, plus interest at the rate of 9.25 percent per annum from

December 1, 2007. The magistrate further declared that the conditions of the

mortgage had been broken, thereby entitling Deutsche Bank to foreclose on its

lien.

{¶ 13} Ingle and Robert Brdar filed objections to the magistrate’s decision

that were overruled by the trial court. The trial court adopted the magistrate’s

decision and granted judgment for Deutsche Bank against Ingle and issued a

decree of foreclosure.

{¶ 14} Appellants filed this appeal, raising 16 assignments of error for

review. Several of the assignments of error contain no argument and merely

cross-reference other assignments of error; several reiterate arguments already

raised under the first assignment of error; and several contain nothing more

than conclusory assertions. Further, appellants do not cite any evidence, case

law, or relevant portions of the record. We may disregard those assignments of

error

that

fail

to

comply

with

the

appellate

rules.

See

App.R.

12(A)(2).

Accordingly, we decline to address assignments of error 2–9, 11, and 13–15. See

Appendix. We shall proceed to address the remaining assignments of error.

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