Blog Posts in January, 2016

Protective Order against Judgment Enforcement: New York

Judgment debtors may turn to CPLR § 5240 to seek relief against the harsh effects of aggressive judgment enforcement. Located in a "centralized location" in Article 52, CPLR § 5240 ...
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Time Limit to Vacate Your Default Judgment: New York

Building upon yesterday's blog post " Need to Vacate a Default Judgment ?" this post discusses the time limits to do so. In short, when making your motion to vacate the judgment, you ...
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Need to Vacate a Default Judgment? Include Good "Excuses" for Not Defending

Do you need to stop judgment-enforcement activity (i.e. wage garnishment or bank restraint)? Do you need to seek relief against the judgment (i.e. have it "vacated")? New York law (CPLR ...
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