Sponsored by the General Practice Section of the New York State Bar Association
• Become familiar with the forms used in a basic transaction in 23 different sections
• When using this publication in conjunction with the New York Lawyer's Deskbook, the practitioner can understand how the forms are used in daily practice and how to tailor the forms to meet the client's needs
Prepared by leading practitioners from throughout New York State, the New York Lawyer's Formbook consists of 23 sections, each covering a different area of practice. The purpose of the Formbook is to familiarize new practitioners, or practitioners who may not be familiar with forms and various other materials used when handling a basic transaction in that area of law.
Included in the Formbook are copies of official forms, commonly used commercial forms, original forms developed by the authors and a wide variety of miscellaneous material that the authors use in their daily practices. Many of the sections contain sample clauses, worksheets, letters, checklists, charts, questionnaires and other informative exhibits.
The Formbook is a companion volume to the New York Lawyer's Deskbook. Many of the forms and material included in the Formbook are referred to in the Deskbook. Although both the Formbook and Deskbook are excellent resources by themselves, when used together their utility is greatly increased.
Contents at a Glance
Corporate and Partnership Law / Buying and Selling a Small Business / Tax Implications of Forming a Corporation / Arbitration under the Civil Practice Law and Rules / Representing the Personal Injury Plaintiff in New York / Debt Collection / Enforcement of Money Judgments / Matrimonial Law / General Introduction to Worker's Compensation Law / Social Security /Criminal Law / Environmental Law / Mechanic's Liens / Mortgage Foreclosures / Real Estate Transactions-Residential Property / Probate and Administration of Decedents' Estates / Guardianship /Real Estate Transactions-Commercial Property / Mortgages / Elder Law / Limited Liability Companies /New York Residential Landlord-Tenant Law and Procedure / Zoning and Land Use
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