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WHAT IS A REQUEST FOR JUDICIAL INTERVENTION, SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE

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WHAT IS A REQUEST FOR JUDICIAL INTERVENTION, SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE IN RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE ACTIONS

In most states Courts and in Federal Courts when a case is filed, a judge is assigned to the case. Under the New York Court System however, this is not the case. A judge is only assigned to a case after a Request for Judicial Intervention Form has been filed with the Clerk of the Court. Judicial Intervention is a request for a judge to be assigned to a case. You, as the plaintiff or the defendant, request that a judge be assigned to your case—A Judicial Intervention. No motions or notices can be filed until a Request for Judicial Intervention Form has been filed. You can get this form at your local Court or click on this web site to get the form:

http://www.nycourts.gov/forms/rji/rji2000.pdf

http://www.nycourts.gov/forms/

Settlement Conference is where you and the representatives of the lender try to see if you can come to some kind of resolution on your legal matter without further litigation and with the assistance of the presiding judge.

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