Challenging Service in Landlord Tenant Matters

On February 25, 2011, in Landlord-Tenant, by John A. Weber IV, ESQ.

Recently we have run into some questions regarding service in Landlord Tenant actions.  Proper service of legal papers is required in order to preserve your constitutional rights.  In order to dispute service of papers commencing an action, either before a default judgment is entered or after a judgment has been entered, the disputing party should appear in court on the appearance date of their contesting motion.  The appearance is necessary to give direct testimony and provide the evidence necessary to win a traverse hearing.  If you have questions concerning any aspect of such a challenge, feel free to call our office at (516) 858-2620!

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