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New York Consumer Credit Fairness Act & Consumer Judgment Interest Act
New York Consumer Credit Fairness Act & Consumer Judgment Interest Act

 

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New York has enacted two extremely important, extremely extensive pieces of legislation: the Consumer Credit Fairness Act and the Consumer Judgment Interest Act. These Acts amend the civil practice law and rules and judiciary law relating to consumer credit transactions.

In this 3.3-hour, June 23, 2022 program, Patrick M. Connors, Esquire explains the many CPLR changes and additions, their complications, and how to use them, and provides helpful tips and warnings. If you practice before civil courts in New York, you will not want to miss this valuable presentation by the recognized leading expert on New York Practice and Procedure.

Patrick M. Connors is the Albert and Angela Farone Distinguished Professor in New York Civil Practice at Albany Law School where he teaches, inter alia, New York Practice and Procedure. Among his many accomplishments, Professor Connors is the co-author of New York Practice 6th Edition, which is known as “The Bible” on New York civil procedure.

Major topics include:
Legislative history; applications
CPLR 105. Definitions.
CPLR 213. Actions to be commenced within six years: where not otherwise provided for; on contract; on sealed instrument; on bond or note, and mortgage upon real property; by state based on misappropriation of public property; based on mistake; by corporation against director, officer or stockholder; based on fraud.
CPLR 214-i. Certain actions arising out of consumer credit transactions to be commenced within three years.
CPLR 305. Summons; supplemental summons, amendment.
CPLR 306-d. Additional mailing of notice in an action arising out of a consumer credit transaction.
CPLR 3012. Service of pleadings and demand for complaint.
CPLR 3016. Particularity in specific actions.
CPLR 3211. Motion to dismiss.
CPLR 3212. Motion for summary judgment.
CPLR 3213. Motion for summary judgment in lieu of complaint.
CPLR 3215. Default judgment.
CPLR 3218. Judgment by confession.
CPLR 5004. Rate of interest.
CPLR 5019. Validity and correction of judgment or order; amendment of docket.
CPLR 5222. Restraining Notice.
CPLR 5230. Executions.
CPLR 5231. Income Execution.
CPLR 7510. Confirmation of award.
CPLR 7516. Confirmation of an award based on a consumer credit transaction.


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