2006 New York Code - Limitation On Right To Resort To Commercial Claims Procedures.

    §   1810-A.  Limitation  on  right  to  resort  to  commercial  claims
  procedures.  If  the  clerk  shall  find  that  the  procedures  of  the
  commercial  claims  part  are  sought  to  be utilized by a claimant for
  purposes of oppression or harassment, as where a claimant has previously
  resorted to such procedures on the same claim and has been  unsuccessful
  after  the  hearing  thereon, the clerk may in his discretion compel the
  claimant to make application to the court for  leave  to  prosecute  the
  claim  in  the  commercial claims part.  The court upon such application
  may inquire into the circumstances and, if it shall find that the  claim
  has  already been adjudicated, or that the claim is sought to be brought
  on solely for purposes of oppression or harassment and not  under  color
  of  right,  it  may  make  an  order denying the claimant the use of the
  commercial claims part to prosecute the claim.

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