The New York Civil Court is moving to strengthen protections for consumers sued for failing to pay their credit card bills, according to Justice Fern A. Fisher, the administrative judge of the Civil Court.

The Civil Court is set to require specific licensing information about debt buyers and debt collectors, as well as complete affidavits detailing a consumer’s debt before default judgments will be approved by clerks, said Justice Fisher.

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