New York Standard Civil Practice Service Deskbook

Convenient single-volume deskbook containing the materials most relevant for New York trial practitioners.
Publisher: Michie
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2020 Edition
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ISBN: 9781522180852
Publisher: Michie
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The New York Standard Civil Practice Service Deskbook is replaced annually and contains selected parts of the New York Consolidated Laws and selected court rules most relevant for the New York trial practitioner. The NYSCPS Deskbook contains full text of Civil Practice Law and Rules, Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law, Eminent Domain Procedures Law, Surrogate's Court Procedures Act, Court of Claims Act, Family Court Act, Uniform Justice Court Act, Uniform District Court Act, New York City Civil Court Act, Uniform City Court Act, and Uniform Rules for the New York State Trial Courts, Rules of the Court of Appeals, rules of the Appellate Divisions of the Supreme Court, Rules of Professional Conduct, and selected other court rules.

The NYSCPS contains selected annotations. The Consolidated Laws included in the NYSCPS Deskbook are fully certified as authoritative by the New York legislature.

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Table of Contents

Civil Practice Law and Rules 

Court Rules

Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law

Eminent Domain Procedure Law

Surrogate's Court Procedure Act

Court of Claims Act

Family Court Act

Uniform Justice Court Act

Uniform District Court Act

New York City Civil Court Act

Uniform City Court Act

Rules of Professional Conduct

Client's Rights

Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection

Interest on Lawyer Account Fund