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http://nycourts.law.com/CourtDocumentViewer.asp?view=Document&docID=46872 Justice Rivera FOLLOWING THE dissolution of the parties’ relationship, plaintiff sought to enjoin defendant former boyfriend from selling his home or disposing of her property. The court denied plaintiff’s petition for an injunction. Finding that she failed to describe her personal property or claim that it possessed unique or distinctive value, the court ruled that monetary damages would adequately compensate her should her personal property be damaged, lost or transferred. The court also found that plaintiff’s pleadings failed to address General Obligation Law �5-701(3) and (10). However, the court denied defendant’s cross-motion for dismissal, without prejudice, noting that it could not be determined whether defendant sought dismissal prior to answering an objectionable pleading or sought summary relief after issue had been joined. Due to ambiguities in his pleadings, the court found defendant’s action for sanctions based on plaintiff’s allegedly frivolous action to be, at best, premature.

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