Mastering Legal Matters: Demystifying New York Foreclosure Law
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Mastering Legal Matters: Demystifying New York Foreclosure Law is an excellent resource for the non-attorney who needs to a quick introduction to the "ins and outs" of foreclosures in the state of New York. The guide includes a practice checklist that details preliminary considerations before the commencement of a foreclosure action, special notice requirements in residential foreclosure cases, separate actions for mortgage debt, defendants, distribution of proceeds of sale, and the report of sale. Forms cover the individual aspect of foreclosures, including "Summons and Notices," "Complaints," "Preliminary Motions," "Notice of Appearance and Responsive Pleadings," "Summary Judgment," "Receivers," "Reference to Compute," "Payment into Court and Redemption," "Judgment," "Foreclosure Sale," "Strict Foreclosure," "Conveyance," "Distribution of Proceeds," "Referee's Report," "Surplus Money Proceedings," "Deficiency Judgment," and "Writ of Assistance."