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Homeowner Has Right To Notice Before Lender Can Foreclose

Right To Notice

Long before COVID, New York law protected homeowners from foreclosure by requiring that lenders take certain steps prior to commencing legal action. One of these steps involves giving advance written right to notice to the homeowner. In a recent decision, a New York appellate court clarified the rules regarding notice and confirmed that lenders must … Read more

When Can You Sue an Out-of-State Corporation in New York?

Most people would prefer to file a lawsuit in a court that is convenient to them. That might be fine if the defendant is also local. However, if the defendant is located out of state, specific rules apply regarding where they can be sued. A recent New York appellate case clarified these laws with respect … Read more