... Such a system is not tolerable in regard to credit card and other consumer credit debt cases
where items such as the interest rate, late payment charge, and over-the-limit fees may change
several times over the course of the consumer credit agreement. ...
... 765 The husband also correctly contends that the Supreme Court improvidently exercised its
discretion by, in effect, holding him responsible for 100% of the credit card obligations that
constitute the parties' marital debt as well as all the marital debt that was solely in the wife's ...
... agreement to extend credit to the defendant, the issuance of credit cards at the defendant's
address, his use of credit cards, his ... Moreover, the plaintiff submitted no evidence demonstrating
the defendant's intention to pay the alleged debt (see General Obligations Law Â§ 17-101 ...
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