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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Foreclosure Nightmare Resolved After Our New York Appeals Lawyers Take The Initiative

One of our recent appeals in Brooklyn, New York involved an action to foreclose a mortgage.  The appeal was taken to the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division - Second Judicial Department. 

Our client owned a home free and clear, and unencumbered by a mortgage, yet she was forced to defend her right to live in this home in a foreclosure proceeding against her.  The bank financed a purchase by an identity thief where the seller also acting with a stolen identity managed to sell a home that did not belong to him.  Our New York appellate lawyers working with a litigation team brought an appeal from a decision denying a motion for summary judgment seeking to dismiss the foreclosure action. 

The bank discontinued their foreclosure action against our client's home after our appeals lawyers became involved and file an appellant's brief in the appeals court in New York.  To learn more about an inncocent homeowner's plight, click the links below for news articles covering the story.

The conclusion of the nightmare.

Background and an Overview of the illicit acts.

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