2006 New York Code - Appeals.



 
    §  77-m.  Appeals.  An  appeal  may  be  taken from a final order in a
  proceeding under this title in accordance with article fifty-five of the
  civil practice law and rules and article eleven of the family court  act
  and  may be granted a preference in the discretion of the court to which
  the appeal is taken. Unless the court enters a temporary emergency order
  under section seventy-six-c of this article, the enforcing court may not
  stay an order enforcing a child custody determination pending appeal.

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