New York Consolidated Laws, Civil Practice Law and Rules - CVP § 4113. Disagreement by jury
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(a) Unanimous verdict not required. A verdict may be rendered by not less than five-sixths of the jurors constituting a jury.
(b) Procedure where jurors disagree. Where five-sixths of the jurors constituting a jury cannot agree after being kept together for as long as is deemed reasonable by the court, the court shall discharge the jury and direct a new trial before another jury.
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