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New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - Article 31 - (3101 - 3140) Disclosure

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  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - Article 31 - Disclosure
    of appraisals in proceedings for condemnation, appropriation or review of tax assessments.
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3101 - Scope of Disclosure
    (a) Generally. There shall be full disclosure of all matter material and necessary in the prosecution or defense of an action, regardless of the burden...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3102 - Method of Obtaining Disclosure
    (a) Disclosure devices. Information is obtainable by one or more of the following disclosure devices: depositions upon oral questions or without the state upon written...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3103 - Protective Orders
    (a) Prevention of abuse. The court may at any time on its own initiative, or on motion of any party or of any person from...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3104 - Supervision of Disclosure
    Upon the motion of any party or witness on notice to all parties or on its own initiative without notice, the court in which an...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3105 - Notice to Party in Default
    When a party is in default for failure to appear, he shall not be entitled to notice or service of any copy required under this
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3106 - Priority of Depositions; Witnesses; Prisoners; Designation of Deponent
    (a) Normal priority. After an action is commenced, any party may take the testimony of any person by deposition upon oral or written questions. Leave...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3107 - Notice of Taking Oral Questions
    A party desiring to take the deposition of any person upon oral examination shall give to each party twenty days' notice, unless the court orders...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3108 - Written Questions; When Permitted
    A deposition may be taken on written questions when the examining party and the deponent so stipulate or when the testimony is to be taken...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3109 - Notice of Taking Deposition on Written Questions
    (a) Notice of taking; service of questions and cross-questions. A party desiring to take the deposition of any person upon written questions shall serve such...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3110 - Where the Deposition Is to Be Taken Within the State
    A deposition within the state on notice shall be taken: 1. when the person to be examined is a party or an officer, director, member...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3111 - Production of Things At the Examination
    The notice or subpoena may require the production of books, papers and other things in the possession, custody or control of the person to be...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3112 - Errors in Notice for Taking Depositions
    All errors and irregularities in the notice for taking a deposition are waived unless at least three days before the time for taking the deposition...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3113 - Conduct of the Examination
    (a) Persons before whom depositions may be taken. Depositions may be taken before any of the following persons except an attorney, or employee of an...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3114 - Examination of Witness Who Does Not Understand the English Language
    If the witness to be examined does not understand the English language, the examining party must, at his own expense, provide a translation of all...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3115 - Objections to Qualification of Person Taking Deposition; Competency; Questions and Answers
    (a) Objection when deposition offered in evidence. Subject to the other provisions of this rule, objection may be made at the trial or hearing to...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3116 - Signing Deposition; Physical Preparation; Copies
    (a) Signing. The deposition shall be submitted to the witness for examination and shall be read to or by him or her, and any changes...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3117 - Use of Depositions
    (a) Impeachment of witnesses; parties; unavailable witness. At the trial or upon the hearing of a motion or an interlocutory proceeding, any part or all...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3118 - Demand for Address of Party or of Person Who Possessed an Assigned Cause of Action or Defense
    A party may serve on any party a written notice demanding a verified statement setting forth the post office address and residence of the party,...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3119 - Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery
    (a) Definitions. For purposes of this section: (1) "Out-of-state subpoena" means a subpoena issued under authority of a court of record of a state other...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3120 - Discovery and Production of Documents and Things for Inspection, Testing, Copying or Photographing
    1. After commencement of an action, any party may serve on any other party a notice or on any other person a subpoena duces tecum:...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3121 - Physical or Mental Examination
    (a) Notice of examination. After commencement of an action in which the mental or physical condition or the blood relationship of a party, or of...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3122 - Objection to Disclosure, Inspection or Examination; Compliance
    (a) 1. Within twenty days of service of a notice or subpoena duces tecum under rule 3120 or section 3121, the party or person to...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3122-A - Certification of Business Records
    (a) Business records produced pursuant to a subpoena duces tecum under rule 3120 shall be accompanied by a certification, sworn in the form of an...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3123 - Admissions as to Matters of Fact, Papers, Documents and Photographs
    (a) Notice to admit; admission unless denied or denial excused. At any time after service of the answer or after the expiration of twenty days...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3124 - Failure to Disclose; Motion to Compel Disclosure
    If a person fails to respond to or comply with any request, notice, interrogatory, demand, question or order under this article, except a notice to...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3125 - Place Where Motion to Compel Disclosure Made
    Unless otherwise provided by rule of the chief administrator of the courts, the county in which a deposition is being taken or an examination or...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3126 - Penalties for Refusal to Comply With Order or to Disclose
    If any party, or a person who at the time a deposition is taken or an examination or inspection is made is an officer, director,...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3130 - Use of Interrogatories
    1. Except as otherwise provided herein, after commencement of an action, any party may serve upon any other party written interrogatories. Except in a matrimonial...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3131 - Scope of Interrogatories
    Interrogatories may relate to any matters embraced in the disclosure requirement of section 3101 and the answers may be used to the same extent as...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3132 - Service of Interrogatories
    After commencement of an action, any party may serve written interrogatories upon any other party. Interrogatories may not be served upon a defendant before that...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § R3133 - Service of Answers or Objections to Interrogatories
    (a) Service of an answer or objection. Within twenty days after service of interrogatories, the party upon whom they are served shall serve upon each...
  • New York Civil Practice Law & Rules - § 3140 - Disclosure of Appraisals in Proceedings for Condemnation, Appropriation or Review of Tax Assessments
    Notwithstanding the provisions of subdivisions (c) and (d) of section 3101, the chief administrator of the courts shall adopt rules governing the exchange of appraisal...