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New York Civil Practice Law & Rules Article 56 - APPEALS TO THE COURT OF APPEALS
5601 - Appeals to the Court of Appeals As of Right.
(a) Dissent. An appeal may be taken to the court of appeals as of right in an action originating in the supreme court, a county...
5602 - Appeals to the Court of Appeals by Permission.
(a) Permission of appellate division or court of appeals. An appeal may be taken to the court of appeals by permission of the appellate division...
5611 - When Appellate Division Order Deemed Final.
If the appellate division disposes of all the issues in the action its order shall be considered a final one, and a subsequent appeal may...
5612 - Presumptions As to Determinations of Questions of Fact.
(a) Appeal from reversal or modification. On an appeal from an order of the appellate division reversing, modifying or setting aside a determination and rendering...
5613 - Disposition Upon Reversal or Modification.
The court of appeals, upon reversing or modifying a determination of the appellate division, when it appears or must be presumed that questions of fact...
5614 - Disposition Upon Certified Questions.
The order of the court of appeals determining an appeal upon certified questions shall certify its answers to the questions certified and direct entry of...
5615 - Disposition Upon Appeal From Order Granting New Trial or Hearing.
When an appeal to the appellate division presented questions of fact and a further appeal is taken pursuant to subdivision (c) of section 5601, or...
Last modified: February 3, 2019