I am in a foreclosure litigation and the plaintiff made a motion to strike my answer. The were denied by the judge due to want of compliance with 22 NYCRR 202.7 , so I was wondering what that meant? Thanks
If they redo it does that mean that they will win to strike or there is still a chance it would be denied? If there were other reasons would the judge have mentioned them?
I have the denial and all it says is what I told you. What do you think about that? It does not give more detail besides case law example
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