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Whenever a judgment of the court of claims is rendered against the state for damages arising out of the appropriation by the state of property pursuant to section twenty-seven of the agriculture and markets law, section forty of the canal law, sections thirteen 1 and six hundred seventy-six-a 2 of the conservation law, section twenty-one of the correction law, sections three hundred seven and three hundred fifty-five of the education law or either of said last-mentioned sections, section two hundred thirteen of the executive law, sections twenty-nine and thirty of the highway law, section thirty of the highway law for any of the purposes authorized by section twelve of said law, article seventy-one of the mental hygiene law, section one hundred seventy-seven of the military law, section four hundred one of the public health law, section forty of the social welfare law, 3 chapter six hundred seventy-eight of the laws of nineteen hundred twenty-eight constituting the grade crossing elimination act, as amended, or chapter eight hundred sixty-two of the laws of nineteen hundred thirty-six, as amended, the amount, if any, of such judgment, inclusive of interest thereon as allowed by law, which exceeds the amount of moneys otherwise appropriated and available for the payment thereof shall be paid out of the state treasury from moneys appropriated to the court of claims for general state charges.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - New York Consolidated Laws, State Finance Law - STF § 43-a. Payment of judgments of the court of claims in certain cases arising out of the appropriation of property by the state - last updated January 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ny/state-finance-law/stf-sect-43-a.html
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