2006 New York Code - Commercial Claims



 
                                ARTICLE 18-A
 
                              COMMERCIAL CLAIMS
 
  Section 1801-A. Commercial claims defined.
          1802-A. Parts   for   the  determination  of  commercial  claims
                    established.
          1803-A. Commencement of action upon commercial claim.
          1804-A. Informal and simplified procedure on commercial claims.
          1805-A. Remedies available; transfer of commercial claims.
          1806-A. Trial by jury; how obtained; discretionary costs.
          1807-A. Proceedings on default and review of judgments.
          1808-A. Judgment obtained to be res judicata in certain cases.
          1809-A. Procedures  relating  to   corporations,   associations,
                    insurers and assignees.
          1810-A. Limitation  on  right  to  resort  to  commercial claims
                    procedures.
          1811-A. Indexing commercial claims part judgments.
          1812-A. Enforcement of commercial claims judgments.
          1813-A. Duty to pay judgments.
          1814-A. Designation of defendant; amendment procedure.

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