New York state court administrators said Tuesday they have finalized rules designed to ban the collection of debts that consumers did not incur, have already paid off or which have been extinguished by the passage of the six-year statute of limitations.
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The Commission on Judicial Nomination has presented Gov. Cuomo with seven candidates for the Court of Appeals seat held by Senior Associate Judge Victoria Graffeo. Will he reappoint the widely respected Republican judge, or return the Court of Appeals to Democratic control?
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