New York Consolidated Laws, Civil Practice Law and Rules - CVP Rule 5524. Entry of order;  remittitur and further proceedings

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(a) Entry of order in appellate court.  An order of a court to which an appeal is taken shall be entered in the office of the clerk of that court.

(b) Remittitur and further proceedings.  A copy of the order of the court to which an appeal is taken determining the appeal, together with the record on appeal, shall be remitted to the clerk of the court of original instance except that where further proceedings are ordered in another court, they shall be remitted to the clerk of such court.  The entry of such copy shall be authority for any further proceedings.  Any judgment directed by the order shall be entered by the clerk of the court to which remission is made.

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