Winning in the New York Small Claims Courts: A Simple, Step-by-step Guide for Everyone

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Rescue Media, 2002 - Law - 178 pages
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Features: Provides YOU with an easy-to-understand explanation of the rules and procedures of the New York Small Claims Courts; Provides YOU samples of the frequently used forms used in the small claims litigation process; Will surprise you: Did you know, for instance, that under section 332 of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic law, the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles is authorised to suspend the driver license or registration of any person or company who fails to pay a judgement of over $1,000.00 arising from the use or operation of any motor vehicle? Is a practical and comprehensive resource guide because it answers critical follow-through questions; Includes certain important laws with an easy-to-understand, plain English explanation; Empowers YOU to bring or defend a small claims lawsuit with confidence; Contains actual case studies from small claims court cases that illustrate what to do and what to avoid in your own cases; Contains practice tips that will help you save time and money; Provides all the tools you need to be your own effective advocate in a portable step-by-step format with all pertinent forms; Spares YOU from learning the hard way and making mistakes that'll cost you by revealing information that is hard to come by and that is sometimes undocumented in the court system itself.

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There is a free podcast site to check out which is smallclaimscourt.mypodcast.com

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The bonus cd that is associated with the book explains how to located assets. it is a great resource.

About the author (2002)

Richard A. Solomon is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center. He has represented hundreds of small business owners in New York. He has also lectured extensively on the Small Claims Court process, and brings his years of experience to you.

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