Blog Posts in December, 2015

Sale of Real Property through Sheriff Levy: New York

New York CPLR § 5236 governs the sale of real property "on an execution" (through court order). Since real estate is often the most valuable asset possessed by a judgment debtor, this ...
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New York Law: Levy on Real Property When Judgment Over 10 Years Old

We are getting close to completing our CPLR Article 52 summary series relating to enforcement of money judgments in New York. It is important to know that once an unsecured creditor (i.e. credit card ...
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The Langel Firm Swiftly Resolves Cases against United Guaranty Commercial Insurance of North Carolina

Since our initial introduction to United Guaranty Commercial Insurance of North Carolina in this case, we've been retained by more consumers needing help against this student loan insurer suing in ...
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