New York Consolidated Laws, Civil Practice Law and Rules - CVP § 7802. Parties

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(a) Definition of “body or officer”.  The expression “body or officer” includes every court, tribunal, board, corporation, officer, or other person, or aggregation of persons, whose action may be affected by a proceeding under this article   1

(b) Persons whose terms of office have expired;  successors.  Whenever necessary to accomplish substantial justice, a proceeding under this article may be maintained against an officer exercising judicial or quasi-judicial functions, or member of a body whose term of office has expired.  Any party may join the successor of such officer or member of a body or other person having custody of the record of proceedings under review.

(c) Prohibition in favor of another.  Where the proceeding is brought to restrain a body or officer from proceeding without or in excess of jurisdiction in favor of another, the latter shall be joined as a party.

(d) Other interested persons.  The court may direct that notice of the proceeding be given to any person.  It may allow other interested persons to intervene.

1  So in original.  A period should probably be inserted.

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