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NY State: need a lawyer? heading for Housing Court? some resources for you

Posted by Anna on October 22, 1999 at 09:15:44:

Some useful URL's for tenants considering litigation, from the NYS Unified Court System:


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please note that the link to NYC-HC on UCS is still broken, use the one below instead. note also that they have not updated anything for months... most useful pages: Civil Court Directory, containing basic how-to answer court papers, tel numbers, etc., in the left column.


click on 'Public' in right column for $25 Lawyer Referral service and other info:

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