New York Consolidated Laws, Domestic Relations Law - DOM § 231. Residence of married persons

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If a married person dwells within the state when he or she commences an action against his or her spouse for divorce, annulment or separation, such person is deemed a resident thereof, although his or her spouse resides elsewhere.

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