Trump properties: New York Attorney General takes initial step to prepare to seize assets

March 22, 2024

State lawyers entered the judgments with the clerk’s office in Westchester County on March 6, just one week after Judge Arthur Engoron made official his $464 million decision against Trump, his sons Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, and the Trump Organization. The judgment is already entered in New York city where Trump’s properties including Trump Tower, his penthouse at Trump Tower, 40 Wall Street, his hotel abutting Central Park, and numerous apartment buildings are located. Trump’s legal team argued in the filing that the New York attorney general’s office shouldn’t be able to challenge their claims. If no arrangement is met, New York Attorney General Letitia James has said she will take steps to seize assets. Engoron also ordered the Trump Organization to supply detailed information to the monitor about its efforts to obtain bonds to cover judgments.