Bender's Forms for the Consolidated Laws of New York

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An unrivaled source for practitioners for over 85 years.

•   Thousands of annotated forms, with statutory provisions and case citations, for use under the substantive laws of the State of New York
•   Litigation forms to use in drafting pleadings, motions, judgments and other papers for actions, special proceedings, Article 78 proceedings, and administrative proceedings
•   Full range of legal instruments, including wills, trusts, deeds, contracts, leases, assignments, mortgages and other documents
•   Official forms, departmental forms, and other forms promulgated by administrative agencies

A partial list of laws handled by Bender's Forms for the Consolidated Laws of New York:

Arts and Cultural Affairs Law, Banking Law, Benevolent Orders Law, Criminal Procedure Law, Domestic Relations Law, Education Law, Election Law, Eminent Domain Procedure Law, Employers Liability Law, Energy Law, Environmental Conservation Law, Non-for-Profit Corporation Law, Penal Law, Personal Property Law, Private Housing Finance Law, Public Authorities Law, Public Buildings Law, Public Health Law, Public Housing Law, Public Lands Law, Public Officers Law, Public Service Law, Real Property Law, and Uniform Commercial Code.

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