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General rules of practice of the courts of record of the State of New York

with annotations, notes, and references

by New York (State). Courts of Record.

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Published by Matthew Bender in Albany, N.Y, New York, N.Y. :Baker, Voorhis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Court rules -- New York (State).

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAnnotated court rules of New York.
    Statementby Marcus T. Hun
    ContributionsHun, Marcus T. (Marcus Tullius), 1845-1920
    The Physical Object
    Pagination830 p. ;
    Number of Pages830
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24151640M
    LC Control Number10025813
    OCLC/WorldCa25577812

    Judicial Information. Records Requests. Court Program Accessibility. Procurement Opportunities. Resources, Publications, State Law Library. Whistleblower Policy. Get this from a library! Practice in special actions in the courts of record of the state of New York: under the Code of Civil Procedure and statutes, with forms. [J Newton Fiero].

    The published volume Wyoming Court Rules Annotated by LexisNexis is the official version of the Wyoming Court Rules. Current and historical editions are available for consultation or check-out at the State Law Library. The Rules on this website should not be cited or relied on as authority. For specific questions regarding Wyoming Rules of. the state but still maintains a place of business or an office in New York State does not vacate his or her office as a notary public. A notary public who is a nonresident and who ceases to have an office or place of business in this state, vacates his or her office as a notary public. A notary public who is a resident of New York State and.

    the state of new york, #, claim no. Synopsis Damages trial; conscious pain and suffering - $,; wrongful death - Court awards only funeral expenses of $2,; decedent’s mother awarded $25, for emotional harm in not being advised of her son’s overdose and hospitalization as required by DOCS rules. Clerks of courts of record generally. (a) Fees of clerks in actions. Except where a greater fee is allowed by another statute for the same service, each clerk of a court of record, except the clerk of the civil court of the city of New York, except a county clerk, except clerks of the family courts, and except the clerks of the district courts, is entitled for the services specified to.


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