One New York COJ Bill Moves Forward

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A bill that would prevent companies from using Confessions of Judgment against out-of-state debtors is progressing through the New York Assembly. A07500 cleared the judiciary committee on Tuesday despite some Republican opposition. The milestone comes as no surprise as the judiciary committee chair, Assemblymember Jeffrey Dinowitz, is also the bill’s sponsor.

Assemblymembers Niou, DenDekker, Wright, Wallace, and Schimminger are bill co-sponsors.

A07500 now heads to the Codes committee.

Last modified: June 5, 2019

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