New York Civil Practice Law and Rules - CVP

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  • Article 1. Short Title;  Applicability and Definitions
  • Article 2. Limitations of Time
  • Article 3. Jurisdiction and Service, Appearance and Choice of Court
  • Article 4. Special Proceedings
  • Article 5. Venue
  • Article 6. Joinder of Claims, Consolidation and Severance
  • Article 9. Class Actions
  • Article 10. Parties Generally
  • Article 11. Poor Persons
  • Article 12. Infants, Incompetents and Conservatees
  • Article 13. Actions by the State
  • Article 13-A. Proceeds of a Crime-Forfeiture
  • Article 13-B. Civil Remedies;  Enterprise Corruption
  • Article 14. Contribution
  • Article 14-A. Damage Actions:  Effect of Contributory Negligence and Assumption of Risk
  • Article 15. Actions Against Persons Jointly Liable
  • Article 16. Limited Liability of Persons Jointly Liable
  • Article 20. Mistakes, Defects, Irregularities and Extensions of Time
  • Article 21. Papers
  • Article 22. Stay, Motions, Orders and Mandates
  • Article 23. Subpoenas, Oaths and Affirmations
  • Article 24. Publication
  • Article 25. Undertakings
  • Article 26. Property Paid Into Court
  • Article 27. Disposition of Property in Litigation
  • Article 30. Remedies and Pleading
  • Article 31. Disclosure
  • Article 32. Accelerated Judgment
  • Article 34. Calendar Practice;  Trial Preferences
  • Article 40. Trial Generally
  • Article 41. Trial by a Jury
  • Article 42. Trial by the Court
  • Article 43. Trial by a Referee
  • Article 44. Trial Motions
  • Article 45. Evidence
  • Article 50. Judgments Generally
  • Article 50-A. Periodic Payment of Judgments in Medical and Dental Malpractice Actions
  • Article 50-B. Periodic Payment of Judgments in Personal Injury, Injury to Property and Wrongful Death Actions
  • Article 51. Enforcement of Judgments and Orders Generally
  • Article 52. Enforcement of Money Judgments
  • Article 53. Recognition of Foreign Country Money Judgments
  • Article 54. Enforcements of Judgments Entitled to Full Faith and Credit
  • Article 55. Appeals Generally
  • Article 56. Appeals to the Court of Appeals
  • Article 57. Appeals to the Appellate Division
  • Article 60. Provisional Remedies Generally
  • Article 62. Attachment
  • Article 63. Injunction
  • Article 64. Receivership
  • Article 65. Notice of Pendency
  • Article 70. Habeas Corpus
  • Article 71. Recovery of Chattel
  • Article 72. Recovery of Penalty or Forfeiture
  • Article 75. Arbitration
  • Article 75-A. Health Care Arbitration
  • Article 76. Proceeding to Enforce Agreement for Determination of Issue
  • Article 77. Proceeding Relating to Express Trust
  • Article 78. Proceeding Against Body or Officer
  • Article 80. Fees
  • Article 81. Costs Generally
  • Article 82. Amount of Costs
  • Article 83. Disbursements and Additional Allowances
  • Article 84. Taxation of Costs
  • Article 85. Security for Costs
  • Article 86. Counsel Fees and Expenses in Certain Actions Against the State
  • Article 90. Failure or Adjournment of Term of Court
  • Article 94. Admission to Practice
  • Article 97. Records of Clerks of the Courts
  • Article 98. Actions Against Villages
  • Article 100. Repeal;  Saving Clauses;  Effective Date

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