2006 New York Code - Timing Of Hearing.

  § 81.13 Timing of hearing.
    Unless the court, for good cause shown, orders otherwise, a proceeding
  under  this article is entitled to a preference over all other causes in
  the court. Unless the court, for good cause shown, orders otherwise, the
  hearing or trial shall  be  conducted  within  the  time  set  forth  in
  subdivision  (b)  of  section 81.07 of this article. A decision shall be
  rendered within seven days after the  hearing,  unless  for  good  cause
  shown,  the court extends the time period for rendering the decision. In
  the event the time period is extended, the court  shall  set  forth  the
  factual  basis  for the extension. The commission shall be issued to the
  guardian within fifteen days after the decision is rendered.

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