Bergman on New York Mortgage Foreclosures
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Bergman on New York Mortgage Foreclosures is the indispensable guide to New York foreclosure and mortgage processes.
Bergman on New York Mortgage Foreclosures is the definitive and ideal resource for New York mortgage foreclosure law analysis and guidance. Author and leading authority Bruce J. Bergman steers readers through the arcane law, practice and process of mortgage foreclosures. Bergman best describes the mission and motivation for the comprehensive analysis in the four-volume Bergman on New York Mortgage Foreclosures: “A thorough knowledge of all applicable law and practice at every stage of the action is vital. … The language contained in any particular set of mortgage documents can and does vary, as do the facts of each case, making every situation different. And the nuances of all this are ever evolving, ever changing, rendering the generous analysis here all the more meaningful.”Bergman provides evolving answers to the question, “What is foreclosure really about?” This New York foreclosure lawyer leverages deep experience to provide “hands-on” and “how-to-do-it” knowledge and methods to the reader. New York foreclosure practice is constantly changing and complex, and Bergman on New York Mortgage Foreclosures meets the challenges with fundamental legal analysis of mortgage and foreclosure case law and statutes, practice tips and hundreds of forms that take on relevance on a day-to-day basis.
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The authoritative treatise Bergman on New York Mortgage Foreclosures is cited by New York courts, including the Court of Appeals, and the highest courts of California, Connecticut and Virginia.
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Table of Contents
Ch 1 Mortgage Drafting and Its Relationship to Foreclosure
Ch 2 Overview and Guide to the Basics of Mortgage Foreclosure Concepts and Strategies
Ch 3 Mortgage Collection Procedures and Delinquencies
Ch 4 Default and Acceleration
Ch 5 Defenses to Foreclosure and Acceleration
Ch 6 Usury
Ch 7 Election of Remedies and Initiating the Foreclosure Procedure
Ch 8 Non-Judicial Foreclosure
Ch 9 Protecting the Mortgaged Premises During Foreclosure
Ch 10 Receiverships in the Foreclosure Action
Ch 11 Ordering and Analyzing the Foreclosure Search
Ch 12 Parties to the Foreclosure Action
Ch 13 Venue of the Foreclosure Action
Ch 14 [Reserved]
Ch 15 Notice of Pendency in the Foreclosure Case
Ch 16 The Foreclosure Complaint
Ch 17 Partial Foreclosure
Ch 18 [Reserved]
Ch 19 Responses to the Complaint: Law and Strategies for Plaintiffs and Defendants
Ch 20 Role of the Referee
Ch 21 Lender's Motion for Summary Judgment
Ch 22 Meeting Typical Defenses of the Borrower
Ch 23 Solving Unusual Problems and Other Selected Issues
Ch 24 Settlement of the Foreclosure Action: Law, Mechanics and Strategies
Ch 25 Deed in Lieu of Foreclosure
Ch 26 Legal Fees
Ch 27 Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale
Ch 28 Computation of the Upset Price
Ch 29 [Reserved]
Ch 30 The Foreclosure Sale--Process and Elements
Ch 31 The Foreclosure Closing and Distribution of Sale Proceeds
Ch 32 Strict Foreclosure
Ch 33 Eviction After Foreclosure
Ch 34 Deficiency Judgments
Ch 35 Surplus Money Proceedings
Ch 36 Condominium Foreclosure
Ch 37 Co-Op Foreclosure
Chs 38-40 [Reserved]
Ch 41 Miscellaneous Motions and Orders in Mortgage Foreclosure