U.S. Bank N.A. v Davis, 2018 NY Slip Op 03166 [2nd Dept. 2018]
A party is precluded from moving to vacate his or her default on grounds asserted in a prior motion to vacate the default that, as here, had been previously denied in an order from which that party took no appeal, or on grounds that were apparent at the time that the party made the prior motion but were not asserted therein (see LaSalle Natl. Bank Assn. v Odato, 126 AD3d 675, 676; Eastern Sav. Bank, FSB v Brown, 112 AD3d 668, 670; Viva Dev. Corp. v United Humanitarian Relief Fund, 108 AD3d 619, 620; JMP Pizza, LLC v 34th St. Pizza, LLC, 104 AD3d 648; Lambert v Schreiber, 95 AD3d 1282, 1283). Accordingly, contrary to the defendants' contention, their cross motion to vacate their default in opposing the plaintiff's prior motion for summary judgment and to dismiss the complaint insofar as asserted against them was properly denied.