New York Civil Practice Law and Rules § 2105. Certification by attorney




Where a certified copy of a paper is required by law, an attorney admitted to practice in the courts of the state may certify that it has been compared by him with the original and found to be a true and complete copy.  Such a certificate, when subscribed by such attorney, has the same effect as if made by a clerk.


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