Applying a recently passed New York state law to a “questionable” transaction, a Nassau County judge has halted a foreclosure to give the homeowners a chance to prove they were tricked into selling their house.

In Washington Mutual Bank v. Sholomov, 021490/07, Supreme Court Justice Daniel R. Palmieri denied a motion by Washington Mutual to foreclose and sell the Glen Cove, N.Y., residence of Frank and Vincenza Dizazzo.

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