Category Archives: Chronicle of My Lawsuit(s) So Far

Summary Judgment, The Diet. Phase 2

So you’ve finished writing your affidavit and the whole thing — in my case, we had a foot+ high pile of exhibits — has been filed with the Court, and served on your opponent. Now what? Your appetite will start … Continue reading

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Small Claims Court 7. A “corrected” Notice of Judgment

So what happened with my effort to have the City Marshall garnish the wages of Chaz, the individual defendant? Who had failed to pay me $2736.99 which was — with interest and fees added on — what Chaz’s lawyer, Larry, … Continue reading

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New legislation to control co-op boards

Recently I’ve been reminded of the arcanity of the New York entity called a “co-operative corporation,” i.e., a co-op. I was trying to describe how a co-op works to a couple of intelligent lawyers from another state. I was struck … Continue reading

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