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New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - Article 3 - (301 - R328) Jurisdiction and Service, Appearance and Choice of Court

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  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - Article 3 - Jurisdiction and Service, Appearance and Choice of Court
    301. Jurisdiction over persons, property or status. 302. Personal jurisdiction by acts of non-domiciliaries. (a) Acts which are the basis of jurisdiction. (b) Personal jurisdiction...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 301 - Jurisdiction Over Persons, Property or Status
    A court may exercise such jurisdiction over persons, property, or status as might have been exercised heretofore.
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 302 - Personal Jurisdiction by Acts of Non-domiciliaries
    (a) Acts which are the basis of jurisdiction. As to a cause of action arising from any of the acts enumerated in this section, a...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 303 - Designation of Attorney as Agent for Service
    The commencement of an action in the state by a person not subject to personal jurisdiction is a designation by him of his attorney appearing...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 304 - Method of Commencing Action or Special Proceeding
    (a) An action is commenced by filing a summons and complaint or summons with notice in accordance with rule twenty-one hundred two of this chapter....
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R305 - Summons; Supplemental Summons, Amendment
    (a) Summons; supplemental summons. A summons shall specify the basis of the venue designated and if based upon the residence of the plaintiff it shall...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R306 - Proof of Service
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 306-A - Index Number in an Action or Proceeding Commenced in Supreme or County Court
    (a) Upon filing the summons and complaint, summons with notice or petition in an action or proceeding commenced in supreme or county court with the...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 306-B - Service of the Summons and Complaint, Summons With Notice, Third-party Summons and Complaint, or Petition With a Notice of Petition or Order to Show Cause
    shall be made within one hundred twenty days after the commencement of the action or proceeding, provided that in an action or proceeding, except a...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 306-C - Notice of Commencement of Action for Personal Injuries by Recipient of Medical Assistance
    In the case of an individual who has suffered personal injuries and has received medical assistance pursuant to titles eleven and eleven-D of article five...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 307 - Personal Service Upon the State
    in the manner provided by subdivision one of this section is completed. For purposes of this subdivision, the term "principal office of the agency" shall...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 308 - Personal Service Upon a Natural Person
    shall be made by any of the following methods: 1. by delivering the summons within the state to the person to be served; or 2....
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 309 - Personal Service Upon an Infant, Incompetent or Conservatee
    (a) Upon an infant. Personal service upon an infant shall be made by personally serving the summons within the state upon a parent or any...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 310 - Personal Service Upon a Partnership
    (a) Personal service upon persons conducting a business as a partnership may be made by personally serving the summons upon any one of them. (b)...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 310-A - Personal Service Upon a Limited Partnership
    subject to the provisions of article eight-A of the partnership law may also be made pursuant to section 121-109 of such law. (b) If service...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 311 - Personal Service Upon a Corporation or Governmental Subdivision
    shall be made by delivering the summons as follows: 1. upon any domestic or foreign corporation, to an officer, director, managing or general agent, or...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 311-A - Personal Service on Limited Liability Companies
    (a) Service of process on any domestic or foreign limited liability company shall be made by delivering a copy personally to (i) any member of...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 312 - Personal Service Upon a Court, Board or Commission
    Personal service upon a court consisting of three or more judges may be made by delivering the summons to any one of them. Personal service...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 312-A - Personal Service by Mail
    (a) Service. As an alternative to the methods of personal service authorized by section 307, 308, 310, 311 or 312 of this article, a summons...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 313 - Service Without the State Giving Personal Jurisdiction
    A person domiciled in the state or subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of the state under section 301 or 302, or his executor...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 314 - Service Without the State Not Giving Personal Jurisdiction in Certain Actions
    Service may be made without the state by any person authorized by section 313 in the same manner as service is made within the state:...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 315 - Service by Publication Authorized
    The court, upon motion without notice, shall order service of a summons by publication in an action described in section 314 if service cannot be...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R316 - Service by Publication
    is complete on the twenty-eighth day after the day of first publication, except that in a matrimonial action it is complete on the twenty-first day...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 317 - Defense by Person to Whom Summons Not Personally Delivered
    A person served with a summons other than by personal delivery to him or to his agent for service designated under rule 318, within or...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R318 - Designation of Agent for Service
    A person may be designated by a natural person, corporation or partnership as an agent for service in a writing, executed and acknowledged in the...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R320 - Defendant's Appearance
    (a) Requirement of appearance. The defendant appears by serving an answer or a notice of appearance, or by making a motion which has the effect...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 321 - Attorneys
    of all other parties in the action or, if a party appears without an attorney, to the party, and to any other person, as the...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R322 - Authority for Appearance of Attorney in Real Property Action
    (a) Authority of plaintiff's attorney. Where the defendant in an action affecting real property has not been served with evidence of the authority of the...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 325 - Grounds for Removal
    (a) By supreme court for mistake in choice of court. Where a mistake was made in the choice of the court in which an action...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R326 - Procedure on Removal
    (a) Stay of proceedings. An order to stay proceedings for the purpose of moving for removal may be made by the court in which the...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R327 - Inconvenient Forum
    , where the action arises out of or relates to a contract, agreement or undertaking to which section 5-1402 of the general obligations law applies,...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R328 - Assistance to Tribunals and Litigants Outside the State
    (a) Pursuant to court order. Upon application by any interested person or in response to letters rogatory issued by a tribunal outside the state, the...