NYLJ: Conferences Prevent Foreclosures But Strain Courts, OCA Reports

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Conferences Prevent Foreclosures But Strain Courts, OCA Reports

Andrew Keshner
New York Law JournalNovember 29, 2010

Mandated pre-foreclosure conferences have become increasingly effective in helping to keep people in their homes, but the labor-intensive proceedings are straining court resources and have contributed to an "unprecedented" shift in the civil caseload, a study by the Office of Court Administration (OCA) has concluded.

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