New York Consolidated Laws, Civil Practice Law and Rules - CVP § 313. Service without the state giving personal jurisdiction
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A person domiciled in the state or subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of the state under section 301 or 302 , or his executor or administrator, may be served with the summons without the state, in the same manner as service is made within the state, by any person authorized to make service within the state who is a resident of the state or by any person authorized to make service by the laws of the state, territory, possession or country in which service is made or by any duly qualified attorney, solicitor, barrister, or equivalent in such jurisdiction.
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