2006 New York Code - Proceedings On Default And Review Of Judgments.

    §  1807-A.  Proceedings  on  default  and review of judgments.   (a) A
  claimant commencing an action upon a commercial claim under this article
  shall be deemed to have waived all right to appeal, except  that  either
  party  may  appeal  on the sole grounds that substantial justice has not
  been done between the parties according to the rules and  principles  of
  substantive law.
    (b) The clerk shall mail notice of the default judgment by first class
  mail,  both  to  the  claimant and to the party complained against. Such
  notice shall inform the defaulting party, in language promulgated by the
  state office of court administration, of such party's  legal  obligation
  to  pay;  that failure to pay may result in garnishments, repossessions,
  seizures and similar actions; and that if there was a reasonable  excuse
  for  the  default,  the  defaulting  party may apply to have the default
  vacated by submitting a written request to the court.
    (c) Proceedings on default under this article are to be  governed  by,
  but  are  not  limited  to,  section  five thousand fifteen of the civil
  practice law and rules.

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