2006 New York Code - Justice To Be Administered Without Favor And Speedily.

    §  10. Justice to be administered without favor and speedily.  Neither
  justice nor right  should  be  sold  to  any  person,  nor  denied,  nor
  deferred;  and  writs and process ought to be granted freely and without
  delay, to all persons  requiring  the  same,  on  payment  of  the  fees
  established by law.

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