2010 New York Code
RPA - Real Property Actions & Proceedings
767 - Order of redemption; liability of persons redeeming.

§  767.  Order  of  redemption;  liability of persons redeeming.   The
  person redeeming, as prescribed in this article  or  the  owner  of  the
  property  so redeemed, may present to the court which issued the warrant
  a petition setting forth the facts of the redemption and praying for  an
  order  establishing  the  rights and liabilities of the parties upon the
  redemption, whereupon the court must make an order requiring  the  other
  party  to  the  redemption  to  show  cause  at a time and place therein
  specified why the prayer of the petition  should  not  be  granted.  The
  order  to  show cause must be made returnable not less than two nor more
  than ten days after it is granted; and it must be served  at  least  two
  days  before  it  is returnable. Upon the return thereof, the court must
  hear the allegations and proofs of the parties  and  must  make  such  a
  judgment as justice requires. The costs and expenses must be paid by the
  petitioner.  The  judgment, or a certified copy thereof, may be recorded
  in like manner as a deed. A person, other than the lessee,  who  redeems
  as prescribed in this article succeeds to all the duties and liabilities
  of the lessee accruing after the redemption as if he was named as lessee
  in the lease.

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