(a) CPLR applicable. The procedures set forth in the CPLR relative to disclosure, bill of particulars
and the procuring of a copy of the items of an account, shall govern in this court,
subject to paragraph (b).
(b) Parties and non-parties. All notices, orders, subpoenas and other papers relating to disclosure may be served
in any part of the county and shall be served by such means as would be permissible
in the supreme court in a like instance.
(c) Protective order. The protective order provided for in CPLR § 3103 shall be available in this court with regard to all of the foregoing, and shall not
be limited to the disclosure devices provided in article 31 of the CPLR.
(d) Extra-territorial disclosure. In any case where disclosure would be available in the supreme court in a like case,
but is unavailable in this court by virtue of any territorial limitation upon its
jurisdiction, the court may, upon motion on notice to all adverse parties, make an
order to obtain disclosure from a source without the municipality, county or state
by the use of any device to which the supreme court might resort to obtain disclosure
from a source without the state.
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