Courts Respond to Rising Foreclosures and Conferences

, New York Law Journal

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After the number of foreclosure cases filed in state court plummeted during the past two years, the courts are now seeing a "markedly higher" rate of filings and coping with a rise in settlement conferences, according to an Office of Court Administration report.

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