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...Orange welcomes John Stoelker, formerly an associate at Stern, Lavinthal & Frankenberg in Roseland, who concentrates on bankruptcy, commercial litigation and debtor...
Where the debtor occupied the mortgaged premises but then vacated, the protections of the Fair Foreclosure Act are inapplicable, but the mortgagee must comply with the requirements of Rules 4:64-1(a)
Solomon Dwek, the Ponzi schemer-turned-informant who helped prosecutors snare dozens of New Jersey political figures in a corruption sting, is at the center of a legal battle concerning his bankrupt
A notice of intention to foreclose is deficient if it does not state the lender's name and address; if the deficiency is raised prior to judgment, dismissal without prejudice is the appropriate remed
A notice of intention to foreclose must identify the lender, not just the loan servicer, or the foreclosure complaint may be dismissed without prejudice, a state appeals court rules
In this dispute regarding the interests of two competing secured creditors in the debtor's accounts receivable, the record is insufficient to support the summary judgment granted
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