|Faculty:||Jay Itkowitz, Craig Lanza, Michelle Maratto|
|Production Date:||January 26 2012|
Because of the recent economic turmoil, the amount of foreclosed real estate in New York City has risen in past years resulting in a large number of real estate auctions. Once those properties are purchased at auction the new owners will often want to evict the occupants. It is imperative that these new owners follow the strict procedures in place in order to ensure that there are no delays in the eviction process. Join attorneys Michelle Maratto, Jay Itkowitz and Craig Lanza in this program that discusses all aspects of post-foreclosure evictions in New York City – both from the tenant’s side as well as the new owner’s side.
I. The New Residential 90-day Notice Requirement
II. Proceeding in Landlord & Tenant Court vs. Seeking a Writ of Assistance in the Foreclosure Action
IV. Effect of Lis Pendens
Daniel (East Meadow, NY)
Pat (Brooklyn, NY)
instructor was terrific
Precious (Brooklyn, NY)
Good and informative.
Bruce (New York, NY)
Michelle is an excellent presenter. Bring her back for more.
Jeffrey A (Forest Hills, NY)
J. Bruce (Woodlands, TX)
interesting and helpfull
Kendra (Ferndale, WA)
Lester (WHEATLEY HEIGHTS, NY)
Excellent presentation and notes
joseph (Port Washington, NY)