answered on Mar 9, 2023
A: (This answer clarfies an answer given yesterday). The fact that a motion reargument was denied will not prevent you from following through with your appeal from the original order, so long as you filed a timely notice of appeal from the original order. If you did not do that, it will be too... Read more »
answered on Mar 9, 2023
If you wish to challenge a decision or order, you may move to reargue and also appeal. Moving to reargue does not preclude an appeal.
answered on Mar 9, 2023
The fact that you lost the motion to reargue will not prevent you fr om following through with your appeal so long as you filed a timely notice of appeal from the Order. If you did not do that, it will be too late to do so. You cannot appeal from an order which denied reargument unless the order,... Read more »
This info. needed asap.
answered on Dec 10, 2022
It could be difficult for attorneys to suggest general case law relevant to your given situation based on the brief description here. You could await a response, but given the short timelines for appeals, you could also consider reaching out to attorneys who practice in the area(s) of law involving... Read more »
answered on Dec 23, 2022
Generally, attorneys register active litigations and receive email alerts whenever an event occurs in the matter including when decisions are made.
That was postponed to a trial continues to get postponed have not subpoenaed my girlfriend into court but want to question her they have no witnesses they have nobody to testify my girlfriend is supply drug test reference letters certificates custody orders in regards to her own children and they... Read more »
answered on Nov 21, 2022
If you are not represented by an attorney, I strongly suggest you consult with one immediately. If you are preparing for a custody trial where certified documents may need to be submitted, it is essential that they are done properly. An attorney can also move the process forward for you. You are... Read more »
Is the appellant required to submit his reason for the appeal and his description of why he believes the judgement was wrong with the notice of appeal - or can that be done at a later date?
answered on Nov 14, 2022
The forms can be found on the Appellate Division website in the jurisdiction where the trial court was located. See, for example, the Second Department appeals forms: https://www.nycourts.gov/courts/ad2/formsandpracticeaids.shtml. The "informational statement" mentioned by my colleague... Read more »
answered on Nov 12, 2022
Usually, the notice of appeal is just that. A simple two sentence notice, with the case caption and signature and certificate of service. But in the information report or case summary report which usually has a strict deadline, that information is required.
funds could not be released. Chevy Chase Bank was assumed by Capital One bank 2009.
Completed takeover 2010. November 10, 2012 Chevy Chase a (DEFUNCT) bank filed a lien on the property (incorrectly - wrong block and lot number), Chevy Chase (DEFUNCT) bank assigned the purported mortgage... Read more »
answered on Nov 8, 2022
When is the foreclosure auction scheduled? If there was a defect in the assignment, you may be able to file an Order to Show Cause to stay the sale, but only before the auction is completed. After that you would have a very hard time undoing the sale.
Know that 2019 US Courts ruled that the information can now be viewed by the public.
answered on Oct 21, 2022
The US EPA has a link - "Case and Settlement Information" on their site - https://www.epa.gov/enforcement/deepwater-horizon-bp-gulf-mexico-oil-spill
They provide information on earlier settlements. You could check if they have updates or if they could direct you to resources with... Read more »
I’m remaining in F1 status (student visa-nonimmigration), I have far- relative lives in New York, he is owning a restaurant. I live with him and his family. I volunteer to help him with his restaurant during my free time just about 2-3 hours per week. No income received, no salary, no tips, no... Read more »
answered on Sep 21, 2022
If you are merely helping out without pay the I would not consider it employment.
answered on Sep 4, 2022
Decisions are published on the court’s website. You also can find decisions on the NY Reporr website.
Thank you for the reply, this makes no sense B/C its a Child Custody Appeal....unless the Transcripts are being omitted due to the other party having committed a Family Offense, could this be possible?
I was told it means Transcripts were electronically sent and not in paper form.
answered on Mar 7, 2022
I'm sorry your question remains open for two weeks. I looked up the statute to see if it would be helpful in pointing you in the right direction for guidance. The statute you cite reads in part... [Section 800.14] Appeals in criminal cases. " ...When the clerk of the trial court has... Read more »
It's an old negligence case but the first of its sort where there was a hole or uneven grass at a NY stadium (I think it was yankees) and someone in the outfield when chasing a ball stepped in it and injured his ankle. I used to know it but have forgotten.
answered on Jan 31, 2022
I'm not certain about a hole in the field, but I believe there was a claim in the seventies or eighties contending that that one of the New York stadiums had been poorly designed due to not providing for adequate water drainage from the outfield, which led to a ball player's injury.... Read more »
I have 50 days to present an appeal that was filed by my previous attorney for a reversal of the verdict. I am seeking residential custody of my 7 year old. I need a good family law attorney
answered on Jan 19, 2022
There is no "best way" to appeal any order from any judge in family court. The appellate standard is that the decision of a judge shall not be lightly overturned unless it lacks a sound and substantial basis in the record. This means that Carney, a Buffalo judge and former practitioner in... Read more »
I recently represented myself (big mistake) and lost to an adversary with an attorney.
The judgement is an order against me but I think the judge was asleep since he got many details wrong.
Would a Motion to Vacate (based on errors and new evidence) work and what is the timeframe?... Read more »
answered on Sep 2, 2021
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I own residential and commercial property that sits on 1 lot. The commercial property next to me was run by a bank and was recently vacated. A new owner has informed me of a substantial common ground
answered on Aug 31, 2021
Your post doesn't contain a question. If you want assistance with general information related to your situation, it would be helpful to understand what it is you want to know.
I am daughter am entitled to know of his actions. Yet, no one informed me.
answered on Jun 14, 2021
Notices of appeal are served on the attorneys on a case. It is up to the attorneys that represent parties to notify their clients. In a criminal case, you are not a party so you would not get notice.
But getting maximum punishment for it. Please help him.
answered on Jun 13, 2021
I sorry your question remains open for two weeks. Only an experienced criminal defense attorney should advise here, but you're waiting for a response. At this point, if you haven't already reached out to attorneys, you could use the tab above (Find-a-Lawyer) to search by region, or you... Read more »
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