Foreclosure Basics in New York
1. New York is a judicial foreclosure state.
2. There are foreclosure notice requirements in the State of New York. The bank bringing a foreclosure lawsuit against a homeowner, must provide 90 days notice before filing the summons and complaint with the county clerk’s office of the county in which the homeowner resides. All complaints must be accompanied by a notice regarding legal options the homeowner has. When served with a summons and complaint, a homeowner has 20 days to respond in writing to the court and to opposing counsel, if served personally, and 30 days to respond in writing if served through any other means. All notices of sale of homes in the State of New York must be published.
3. Reinstatement. A homeowner can have his mortgage loan reinstated at any time by making payment and bringing the loan current.
4. Notice to homeowner after sale. After the sale of foreclosed property, the new owner must provide a 10 day notice to the former owner. Thereafter, the new owner can bring an eviction proceeding against the former owners of the home
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