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New Attorney Verification Requirement in NY Foreclosure Actions

A partner at our firm, Robbie L. Vaughn, is quoted in this article from The New York Law Journal:  Check it out below!  As always we are here to answer any questions concerning this new court ruling at (516) 858-2620! New Court Rule Says Attorneys Must Verify Foreclosure Papers Andrew Keshner New York Law Journal […]


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NY Attorney General Calls For Suspension of Foreclosures

The following article is from NY Attorney General Cuomo’s website. It calls for suspension of foreclosures by mortgage servicers engaged in “robo-signing” and offers sound advice to New York homeowners who are facing foreclosure proceedings. ATTORNEY GENERAL CUOMO EXPANDS PROBE OF NEW YORK FORECLOSURE ACTIONS Demands information from Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells […]


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News: NY Banking Dept. Requests Suspension of Foreclosure Actions

The following is from the NY Banking Department’s website: October 8, 2010 To the Institution Addressed: Recent events surrounding the foreclosure process of several mortgage loan servicers and the use of individuals identified as “robosigners” to execute affidavits without proper verification have raised considerable concerns for the Banking Department. As you may be aware, on […]


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News: BOA Halting Foreclosure Sales In All 50 States

The Wall Street Journal reports that Bank of America (BOA) is placing a moratorium on all “foreclosure sales” across the U.S. (see below). However, BOA hasn’t halted all foreclosure proceedings (see our earlier post Major Banks Halting Foreclosures in NY?). Additionally, it appears that a BOA spokesperson is implying that BOA’s completed foreclosures were proper. […]


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