3215(g)(1)

Citimortgage, Inc. v Reese, 2018 NY Slip Op 04527 [2d Dept 2018]

Contrary to the plaintiff's contention, the issue of its failure to comply with CPLR 3215(g)(1) may be raised for the first time on appeal (see Editorial Photocolor Archives v Granger Collection, 61 NY2d 517, 523; VNB N.Y., LLC v Y.M. Intercontinental Gem Corp., 154 AD3d 903, 906). The failure to give a party proper notice of a motion deprives the court of jurisdiction to entertain the motion and renders the resulting order void (see Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v Whitelock, 154 AD3d 906, 907; Paulus v Christopher Vacirca, Inc., 128 AD3d 116, 117).

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