The New Rules of Foreclosure Litigation

, New York Law Journal


In their Title Litigation column, Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman, partners at Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C., review some of the most important foreclosure cases decided in this new era of mortgage and foreclosure litigation, writing that as a general rule, the courts continue to show far greater restraint against enforcing lenders' claims, but when lender's counsel prepares the papers meticulously in accordance with the new laws, properties do go to judgment and sale.

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