New York Consolidated Laws, Civil Practice Law and Rules - CVP § 3001. Declaratory judgment

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The supreme court may render a declaratory judgment having the effect of a final judgment as to the rights and other legal relations of the parties to a justiciable controversy whether or not further relief is or could be claimed.  If the court declines to render such a judgment it shall state its grounds.  A party who has brought a claim for personal injury or wrongful death against another party may maintain a declaratory judgment action directly against the insurer of such other party, as provided in paragraph six of subsection (a) of section three thousand four hundred twenty of the insurance law .

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