You can’t renew a motion you didnt oppose

Singh v Reddy, 2018 NY Slip Op 03722 [2d Dept. 2018]

The branch of the plaintiffs' motion which was for leave to renew was properly denied, since there was no opposition to the defendants' motion to dismiss that could have been renewed (see CPLR 2221; Hudson City Sav. Bank v Bomba, 149 AD3d 704, 705). To the extent that the Supreme Court treated that branch of the plaintiffs' motion as, in effect, a motion to vacate the default, that branch of the plaintiffs' motion was also properly denied. The plaintiffs failed to establish a reasonable excuse for their default (see CPLR 5015[a][1]; Taylor Appraisals v Prokop, 99 AD3d 985, 985).

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