JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., Plaintiff v. Martin Peters, The City of New York Department of Housing and Urban Development, Board of Managers of Strivers Gardens Condominium, New York State Department of Taxation and Finance, D.S.S. & Division of Liens and Recovery, City of New York Department of Transportation Parking Violation Bureau and "Jane Smith," Defendants, 106318/2009
Judgment of Foreclosure, Sale Granted; Non-Party Investor's Purpose in Seeking Dismissal Under CPLR 5015(a) on Ground Defaulting Defendant was Never Properly Served Because He Was in Prison Was to Avoid Paying Mortgage on Property, Not to Avoid Injustice
|March 09, 2017
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