New York City Civil Court Act § 405. Summons; service without the city of New York permissible but not giving personal jurisdiction in certain actions
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Service may be made without the city of New York or the state by any person authorized to make service in a like instance in supreme court and in the same manner as service in such court may be made:
(a) in a real property action as defined in § 203 of this act; or
(b) in an action to foreclose a lien on, or to recover, a chattel seized within the city of New York; or
(c) where a levy upon property of the person to be served has been made within the city of New York pursuant to an order of attachment; or
(d) where the case is within CPLR § 1006(g) and a sum of money has been paid or deposited as provided for therein.
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