§ 63:438. Form: Order to show cause why defendant should not have order directing clerk of court to enter satisfaction of judgment—Judgment satisfied by virtue of sheriff's sale of real property having value in excess of judgment amount, and exploitative overreaching by respondent judgment creditor | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 63:438. Form: Order to show cause why defendant should not have order directing clerk of court to enter satisfaction of judgment—Judgment satisfied by virtue of sheriff's sale of real property having value in excess of judgment amount, and exploitative overreaching by respondent judgment creditor | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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§ 63:438. Form: Order to show cause why defendant should not have order directing clerk of court to enter satisfaction of judgment—Judgment satisfied by virtue of sheriff's sale of real property having value in excess of judgment amount, and exploitative overreaching by respondent judgment creditor

CW2D § 63:438Janet Elaine Curry, J.D.; Peter M. Dapier, J.D.; Laura Hunter Dietz, J.D.; Amanda B. Lawrence, J.D.; Mary Babb Morris, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Judith Nichter Morris, J.D.; Kristina E. Music Biro, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Paul Steinberg, J.D.; Susan L. Thomas, J.D.; and Theodore Wyman, J.D.Carmody-Wait 2d New York Practice with Forms (Approx. 3 pages)

§ 63:438. Form: Order to show cause why defendant should not have order directing clerk of court to enter satisfaction of judgment—Judgment satisfied by virtue of sheriff's sale of real property having value in excess of judgment amount, and exploitative overreaching by respondent judgment creditor

CW2D § 63:438Janet Elaine Curry, J.D.; Peter M. Dapier, J.D.; Laura Hunter Dietz, J.D.; Amanda B. Lawrence, J.D.; Mary Babb Morris, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Judith Nichter Morris, J.D.; Kristina E. Music Biro, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Paul Steinberg, J.D.; Susan L. Thomas, J.D.; and Theodore Wyman, J.D.Carmody-Wait 2d New York Practice with Forms (Approx. 3 pages)

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Carmody-Wait 2d New York Practice with Forms
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November 2023 Update
Chapter 63. Judgments
Janet Elaine Curry, J.D.; Peter M. Dapier, J.D.; Laura Hunter Dietz, J.D.; Amanda B. Lawrence, J.D.; Mary Babb Morris, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Judith Nichter Morris, J.D.; Kristina E. Music Biro, J.D., of the staff of the National Legal Research Group, Inc.; Paul Steinberg, J.D.; Susan L. Thomas, J.D.; and Theodore Wyman, J.D.
X. Satisfaction and Discharge of Judgments
C. Other Means of Effecting Discharge or Satisfaction of Judgment
§ 63:438. Form: Order to show cause why defendant should not have order directing clerk of court to enter satisfaction of judgment—Judgment satisfied by virtue of sheriff's sale of real property having value in excess of judgment amount, and exploitative overreaching by respondent judgment creditor
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