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Filing Error Prevents Bank From Collecting Debt

Filing Error Prevents Bank From Collecting Debt Recently, a trial court decided that Citibank could not recover a credit card debt, because its attorney forgot to attach an affidavit to a court filing.  The affidavit should have provided the amount of debt the defendant was alleged to have owed.  Without an affidavit stating the amount […]


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Foreclosure Settlement Conferences

Foreclosure Settlement Conferences What you should know about Foreclosure Settlement Conferences! Residential foreclosure defendants in New York are entitled to a preliminary foreclosure settlement conference that may enable a speedier and less expensive way of resolving their foreclosure issue than would otherwise be possible. The law requiring the conference – New York Civil Practice Law […]


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Foreclosure Settlement Conference

Foreclosure Settlement Conference Purpose of the Foreclosure Settlement Conference According to New York law (RPAPL 3408), the purpose of the foreclosure settlement conference includes, but is not limited to, “…determining whether the parties can reach a mutually agreeable resolution to help the defendant avoid losing his or her home, and evaluating the potential for a […]


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