LexisNexis CD - New York Litigation and Forms Package
The New York CPLR Redbook contains the full text of the Civil Practice Law and Rules with amendment notes and selected provisions of related statutes. Also included are Timetable for New York Civil Practice, updated New York Court Directory, a 2005 Table of Amendments with explanatory notes and topical Index.
New York Real Property Law Bluebook
The New York Real Property Law Bluebook includes the complete Real Property Law and the Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law, and selected provisions of related statutes, with amendment notes. The Bluebook also includes a 2005 Table of Amendments with explanatory notes, Real Property Timetable, updated New York Court Directory and topical Index.
New York Landlord-Tenant Law Tanbook
The New York Landlord-Tenant Law Tanbook provides all the laws and regulations governing landlord/tenant matters in New York, including: provisions of the Real Property Law, Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law, Multiple Dwelling Law, Lien Law and other statues; selected local laws (New York City, Albany, Rochester) and regulations; and provisions of related court acts and rules. The Tanbook features a 2005 Table of Amendments with explanatory notes, sample landlord/tenant forms, Court and Agency Directory, and topical Index.
New York Surrogate’s Court Practice Greenbook
The New York Surrogate’s Court Practice Greenbook includes the full text of New York Surrogate’s Court Procedure Act and Estates and Powers and Trusts Law—with amendment notes and selected provisions of related statutes. The Greenbook also includes the complete Uniform Rules for Surrogate’s Court and features a 2005 Table of Amendments with explanatory notes, Official Forms of the Surrogate’s Court, Surrogate’s Court Directory and topical Index.
New York Commercial Law Goldbook
The New York Commercial Law Goldbook contains the full text of New York Uniform Commercial Code—with New York Annotations and Official Comments—and New York General Obligations Law. Amendment notes are included for each statute. The Goldbook features an Overview of Revised Article 9, Locations for Local Filings, and topical Index.
New York Corporation Law Whitebook
The New York Corporation Law Whitebook includes the complete New York Business Corporation Law, Limited Liability Company Law and Not-for-Profit Corporation Law, with amendment notes. It also includes selected provisions of related statutes pertaining to tax, securities, construction and franchising. The Whitebook features a 2005 Table of Amendments and topical Index.
New York Family Law Statutes Yellowbook
The New York Family Law Statutes Yellowbook includes the complete text of New York Domestic Relations Law, Family Court Act (with related court rules) and Social Services Law. Amendment notes are provided for each statute. Key features include a 2005 Table of Amendments, Family Law Timetable, New York Court Directory and topical Index.
New York Criminal Statutes and Rules Graybook
The New York Criminal Statutes and Rules Graybook features the complete New York Criminal Procedure Law and Penal Law, and related criminal provisions of the Correction Law, Executive Law, Judiciary Law, Public Health Law, and Vehicle and Traffic Law—with amendment notes. The Graybook also includes a 2005 Table of amendments, selected court rules, outline for sentencing and pleas, court directory and topical Index.
Bender’s Forms for the Consolidated Laws of New York
An unrivaled source for practitioners for over 65 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.
Bender’s Forms for the Civil Practice
Used by New York attorneys and courts alike, this indispensable set is acknowledged as the CPLR forms leader. Most forms are court-tested and adapted from reported New York decisions. You’ll find forms for a multitude of circumstances and fact patterns that you’re likely to encounter in your daily practice.
• Civil Practice Law & Rules (CPLR)
• Real Property Actions & Proceedings Law (RPAPL)
• Court Acts
• Domestic Relations Law
• Family Court Act
• Surrogate’s Court Procedure Act (SCPA)
• Estates, Powers and Trusts Law (EPTL)
• Practice portions of General Municipal Law, and No-Fault Insurance Law
Bender’s Forms of Pleading
Bender’s Forms of Pleading provides users with many time saving sample complaints for different types of cases, including negligence cases, other types of torts, contract actions, statutory and equity complaints, defenses to these types of actions and checklist type drafting tips.
Each chapter of Bender’s Forms of Pleading contains a concise statement of the substantive law necessary to prepare a proper pleading. Discussion is provided for each cause of action, before the pertinent forms.
Illustrative forms include: complaints, defense pleadings, bills of particulars, counterclaims, third-party complaints and petitions for torts, negligence, contract actions, statutory actions, special proceedings such as Article 78, equity proceedings and Surrogate’s Court proceedings in New York State.
• Suggestions for drafting pleadings
• Current case law
• Statutory references
• Checklists of necessary allegations
NY CLS Desk Edition Civil Practice Annual
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
Also included are selected related practice statutes, relevant court rules, and case annotations interpreting statutory provisions.
New York Civil Practice: CPLR (Weinstein, Korn & Miller)
New York Civil Practice: CPLR, 2nd Edition, more commonly known as Weinstein, Korn & Miller, is recognized by the courts and the market as the leading treatise on New York civil procedure and litigation.
New York Civil Practice: EPTL
• The substantive law of wills, trusts, family rights, perpetuities, accumulations, fiduciaries’ powers, powers of appointment, and charitable trusts
• Analysis of the law including legislative history, underlying studies of the Temporary Commission on Estates, and Revisers’ Notes
• Case law developments and statutory amendments, fully analyzed
• Arranged by EPTL section for ease of use
• Derivation of each EPTL section; EPTL annual amendment Note Sheets; cross-references to and discussion of other laws affecting the operation of the EPTL; fast-action index
New York Civil Practice: SCPA
The law governing all proceedings brought in Surrogate’s Court, includes the full text of the SCPA with textual analysis of every section.
Arranged by SCPA section for ease of use.
Kept up-to-date with the latest case law developments, statutory amendments and rule changes.
Includes in-depth examination of the developing law, providing practical guidance.
New York Civil Practice: Matrimonial Actions
New York Civil Practice: Matrimonial Actions, a trusted authority on matrimonial law and practice for more than thirty years, continues to provide unparalleled coverage in its Second Edition. Updated and modernized for the contemporary matrimonial law practitioner, this four-volume treatise provides direct, New York-specific answers to questions that arise in day-to-day practice, as well as valuable in-depth analysis of, and the latest information on, New York matrimonial law and practice.
Procedurally organized and updated twice a year with over fifty chapters in four volumes, New York Civil Practice: Matrimonial Actions captures the latest information in matrimonial law. Expert practitioners ensure accuracy and alignment with matrimonial practice specific to New York. It covers important topics related to matrimonial actions, including jurisdiction, grounds, interim relief, disclosure, valuation, equitable distribution, custody and visitation, spousal and child support, and enforcement of orders and judgments.
New York Intellectual Property Law
A one-stop reference to the New York and federal statutes and NYCRR regulations governing intellectual property matters.
In one convenient volume, you’ll find:
• An introductory chapter that clarifies complex statutes and explains the interplay of state and federal law
• The complete text of applicable New York statutes and regulations as well as the federal statutes
• Expert practice commentary accompanying key provisions of the law
• Helpful checklists alerting you to all statutes and regulations impacting on a specific issue
• Sample agreements and litigation forms