Many states allow deficiency judgments in one kind of foreclosure, but not another. Often, a deficiency can be pursued in a judicial foreclosure, but not if a power of sale clause is used to auction a home outside of the court process. Homeowners should look up their own state laws and type of foreclosure being used against them.The following list should be taken as a guide and not as legal advice or as particularly relevant to one borrower's case.These states allow deficiency judgments without limits in certain kinds of foreclosure:AlabamaAlaskaConnecticutDelawareDistrict of ColumbiaFloridaHawaiiIllinoisIndianaKentuckyLouisianaMarylandMassachusettsMissouriNew HampshireOhioRhode IslandTennesseeVirginiaWashingtonWyomingThese states allow deficiency judgments with certain limits on the amount that can be granted in a judgment:ArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoIdahoIowaKansasMaineMichiganMinnesotaMississippiNebraskaNevadaNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOklahomaPennsylvaniaSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTexasUtahVermontWest VirginiaWisconsinDeficiency judgments are not allowed on residential properties in Oregon under judicial foreclosure proceedings, and at all in power of sale foreclosures.
The Statute of Limitations for judgments in New York is ten years. The maximum interest rate creditors can charge on these judgments is 8%.
Yes. Citizenship has no bearing on the issue.
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In most states, yes, if they have a judgment. Judgments are enforceable for ten years with a potential ten year extension (in New York, judgments are enforceable for ten years from the date of judgment).
New York State has the largest number of HIV/AIDS cases (181,000 cases.)
It is not easy to get the number of DWI cases that get dismissed annually in New York or anywhere else. The estimated stats can run anywhere from 5% to 30% of all cases. The is not good records on cases dropped, just the cases that end in a conviction.
It's obvious that New York allows children.
In New York, a civil judgment is good for 10 years, renewable once for another 10 years. Good luck!
New York. For the current counts of the reported confirmed cases in both states, see the related question below "Which cities states or countries have cases of swine flu?"
LOOK AT YOUR STATE LAWS AND FIND OUT THE NUMBER OF YEARS; USUALLY IT IS SEVEN YEARS FROM THE DATE THAT THIS WAS FILED.
No, New York along with 14 other states do not allow the death penalty
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The usual time limit is ten years at a maximum of 8% interest. N.Y. does not allow most judgments to be renewed. A judgment in New York is valid for twenty years. During that time it can enforced against a judgment debtor's income and assets. A lien of a judgment resulting from the docketing of a judgment with the County Clerk is good for ten years, and can be renewed for another ten years.
The CDC reports 93,295 reported cases of chlamydia in the New York metropolitan area in 2011. (see related link by metro region)Among the boroughs, the rates were as follows:Kings County had 20,123 cases in 2011, for a rate of 803.4 per 100KBronx County had 18,037 cases in 2011, for a rate of 1302.2 cases per 100KQueens County had 12,930 cases in 2011, for a rate of 579.6 cases per 100KNew York County had 12,562 cases in 2011, for a rate of 792.1 cases per 100K(Staten Island/Richmond Count wasn't listed in this CDC resource)
Yes, if you meet the grounds for an annulment.
No. But there have been some rare cases.