July 16, 2018
A common misconception about Article 81 guardianship proceedings is that medical evidence is of primary importance to the court’s determination of whether an alleged incapacitated person is, in fact, incapacitated. Read More >
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June 28, 2018
New York State imposes an excise tax on the privilege of recording a mortgage. Known simply as the “mortgage recording tax,” the tax actually consists of several distinct taxes with rates ranging from $0.25 to $1.75 for each $100 of principal indebtedness secured, of which at any time may become secured, by the mortgage. Read More >
June 27, 2018
Many municipalities are updating local laws to reflect the changing climate conditions and improve the community’s resilience. For permit administrators and municipal staff, adapting to the changing times is necessary to ensure resilience of new projects, mitigate the adverse impacts new development will have on neighboring properties, and prevent substantial damage to municipal systems and private property. Read More >
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