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WHO STEALS FROM A HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR?

DA VANCE ANNOUNCES INDICTMENT OF ACCOUNTANT FOR STEALING MORE THAN $1.2 MILLION FROM 95-YEAR-OLD HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR Yesterday, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., announced the indictment ...
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TRY SWEEPING THIS POWER

Here's the text of an announcement we received from Cynthia Kern, In-House Counsel to TitleVest -- a title insurance company: On January 27, 2009, Governor Paterson signed into law sweeping revisions ...
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AGENT DIDN'T HAVE POWER

In Wilder v. Tomaino, an 86-year-old woman filed suit to "cancel a deed and recover title" to a home in which she had lived for 58 years. Janet Tomaino, acting with general power of attorney, conveyed ...
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WHAT'S THE MATTER OF FERRARA?

A "power of attorney" authorizes another to act in your absence, and in your place and stead, in any legal or business transaction. The person giving the authority is known as the "principal" or ...
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