New York Consolidated Laws, Civil Practice Law and Rules - CVP Rule 3022. Remedy for defective verification

A defectively verified pleading shall be treated as an unverified pleading.  Where a pleading is served without a sufficient verification in a case where the adverse party is entitled to a verified pleading, he may treat it as a nullity, provided he gives notice with due diligence to the attorney of the adverse party that he elects so to do.

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