New York Consolidated Laws, Judiciary Law - JUD § 301. Duty of stenographers with reference to writing out proceedings in full

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The original stenographic notes must be written out at length by the stenographer, if a judge of the court so directs, or if the stenographer is required so to do, by a person entitled by law to a copy of the same, so written out.  Unless such a direction is given, or such a requisition is made, the stenographer is not bound so to write them out.

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