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NY CLS Desk Edition Civil Practice Annual

Publisher: Matthew Bender

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2017 Edition
ISBN: 9781522121404
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NY CLS Desk Edition Civil Practice Annual contains the familiar content from New York Civil Practice Annual (Black Book), first published in 1959, within a cover designed specifically for the NY CLS Desk Edition titles.

This title includes the annual Table of Amendments, NY Court System Chart, Civil Practice Law and Rules, Domestic Relations Law, Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law, State Administrative Procedure Act, Surrogate's Court Procedure Act, Court of Claims Act, Family Court Act, Uniform District Court Act, New York City Civil Court Act, Uniform City Court Act, Uniform Justice Court Act, Rules of Professional Conduct, Code of Judicial Conduct, and Court Directory, as well as selected provisions of General Municipal Law, General Obligations Law, Insurance Law, Judiciary Law, Mental Hygiene Law, Court Rules, and Uniform Rules for the New York State Trial Courts (Parts Relating to Civil Practice). Selected case annotations examine how the courts have interpreted and applied the statute. Inside you'll also find the complete texts of:

•   Annual Table of Amendments
•   New York Court System - Chart
•   Civil Practice Law and Rules
•   Domestic Relations Law
•   Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law
•   State Administrative Procedure Act
•   Surrogate's Court Procedure Act
•   Court of Claims Act
•   Family Court Act
•   New York City Civil Court Act
•   Uniform City, District and Justice Court Acts
•   New York's Rules of Professional Conduct
•   Court Directory
•   Index

Also included are selected related practice statutes, relevant court rules, and case annotations interpreting statutory provisions.

The eBook features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.