2006 New York Code - Laws: Judiciary : (190 - 208) County CourtArticle 7 - COUNTY COURT
190 - Jurisdiction of county court.
190-A - When domestic or foreign corporation or joint-stock association deemed resident.
190-B - Power of county court and county judge co-extensive with that of supreme court and supreme court justice.
190-C - Terms of county court.
190-D - Place of holding terms of county court.
190-E - Appointment of term to be filed with county clerk.
190-F - Terms of county court in Erie, Onondaga, Monroe, Nassau and Suffolk counties may be held in parts.
191 - Power of county judge to hear special proceeding that supreme court justice can hear at chambers.
193 - Incapacity, disqualification or absence of the county judges of Suffolk, Dutchess, Ulster and Schenectady counties.
194 - Printing calendar of county court.
195 - County court seal.
197 - Appointment of confidential clerks by county judges of Kings, Queens, Erie, Monroe, Nassau, Onondaga, Rockland, Dutchess and Saint Lawrence counties a
198 - Appointment of stenographers of county courts.
200 - Power of county judges of certain counties to appoint criers for courts of record.
202 - Power of county judge of Erie county to appoint court attendant.
203 - Appointment of court attendant by special county judge of Erie county.
204 - Power of county judge of Nassau county to appoint court officers.
207 - Retirement of officers and employees by the judges of the county court of Kings county.
208 - Retirement of officers and employees by the judges of the court of general sessions of the county of New York.
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