New York State Law Origination Claims for Foreclosure Prevention Advocates: Legal Theories to Consider Beyond TILA and RESPA

  • Housing

This session will focus on New York law that can be useful when litigating mortgage origination issues. New York’s Deceptive Practice Act, Banking Law 6-l, Banking Law 6-m, and common law claims should be in advocates’ toolkits. The faculty will provide an overview of these claims, as well as a historical background about predatory lending in New York and the enactment of New York’s anti-predatory lending provisions.

Date: Friday, December 16, 2016 Time: 3:00 - 5:00 PM

Location: Legal Services NYC Central Office, 40 Worth St, Suite 606, New York, NY 10013 (between Church St. and West Broadway)

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Donna Dougherty – Attorney-in-Charge, Legal Services for the Elderly in Queens, JASA

Sarah Ludwig – Co-Director and Founder, New Economy Project

CLE Credits: Areas of Professional Practice: 2.00

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