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Answering a Foreclosure Complaint in New York

If you have been served a Summons and Complaint from a foreclosure action, in New York, you are probably concerned. You only have a limited period of time in which to file an Answer in a New York Court, depending on your circumstances. As a homeowner with a mortgage,...

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Five Benefits of Signing a Prenuptial Agreement in New York

When two people enter into a marriage, they plan for their marriage to last. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the outcome. Approximately 1 in 4 recent marriages end in divorce in the United States. Individuals who enter into a second or third marriage can face a 75%...

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What Rights do Commercial Tenants Have in New York?

Working with New York City commercial landlords is difficult under the best conditions. Small businesses and self-employed professionals often find negotiating with their commercial landlords challenging. In a commercial lease, a business rents a property for the...

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Five Types of New York Commercial Litigation Lawsuits

Commercial litigation in New York takes place when one business brings a civil lawsuit against another business or individual. While commercial litigation falls under the umbrella of civil litigation, commercial litigation is distinct. The issues involved in...

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Thomas Weiss & Associates Extinguishes $600,000 Mortgage!

On September 12, 2018, Thomas Weiss & Associates, P.C. was successful in a quiet title action in Queens County resulting in the complete removal of $608,000 mortgage from the records of the County Clerk’s office. A quiet title is a specialized action brought to clear...

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What To Do When Facing A Foreclosure

When you're facing a foreclosure and want to keep your house, it's best to hire an attorney quickly to help ensure that you have as many options available possible. An attorney can help you negotiate with your lender if you need to stay in your home longer or even...

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Residential and Commercial Closings

In a perfect world, real estate residential and commercial closings would be hassle-free; buyer and seller would sign on the dotted lines, exchange checks for keys, shake hands, and it would be done. However, real estate closings are rarely this simple. After agreeing...

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Specific Performance Is A Civil Court Ordered Remedy

When you or your business are a part of a contractual agreement, it is important to know about the different legal remedies, in the event of a breach of contract. Although monetary remedies are common and can be beneficial, they are not the only approach to settling...

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