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3 Substantial Mistakes When Obtaining a Reverse Mortgage

Quite a few mistakes are made when a person looks into getting a reverse mortgage. We will be able to cover three of the major ones that will have a long term effect if you don’t address them upfront. Mistake … Continue reading

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The court's fact-review power of an administrative agency's determination is limited to whether substantial evidence supports the determination

The court's fact-review power of an administrative agency's determination is limited to whether substantial evidence supports the determination Matter of Jenkins v Israel, 2011 NY Slip Op 03604, Appellate Division, Second Department The Westchester Medical Center filed disciplinary charges against … Continue reading

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Comptroller may select between conflicting medical opinions and his decision will be sustained if supported by substantial evidence in the record

Comptroller may select between conflicting medical opinions and his decision will be sustained if supported by substantial evidence in the record Matter of Micalizzi v DiNapoli, 2011 NY Slip Op 00772, Appellate Division, Third Department A police officer alleged that … Continue reading

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Substantial evidence requires proof "so substantial that from it an inference of the existence of the fact found may be drawn reasonably"

Substantial evidence requires proof "so substantial that from it an inference of the existence of the fact found may be drawn reasonably" Matter of Lory v County of Wash., 2010 NY Slip Op 07657, Decided on October 28, 2010, Appellate … Continue reading

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Substantial evidence consists of relevant proof that a reasonable person would accept as adequate to support a conclusion

Substantial evidence consists of relevant proof that a reasonable person would accept as adequate to support a conclusion Matter of Seltzer v City of Rochester, 2010 NY Slip Op 06846, Decided on October 1, 2010, Appellate Division, Fourth Department Lawrence … Continue reading

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