2006 New York Code - Laws: Real Property Actions and Proceedings: (1001 - 1093) Action For DowerArticle 10 - ACTION FOR DOWER
1001 - Limitation of action for dower.
1002 - Action barred by assignment of dower.
1011 - Necessary defendants.
1012 - Who may be joined as defendants.
1013 - Actions where defendants claim in severalty.
1021 - Damages may be recovered; how estimated.
1022 - Damages in action against alienee of husband.
1023 - Damages where several parcels are affected.
1024 - Damages apportioned between heir and alienee.
1025 - Damages against grantee of premises subject to dower.
1031 - Complaint.
1041 - Interlocutory judgment for admeasurement.
1043 - Dower, how admeasured.
1044 - Report thereupon.
1045 - Setting aside report.
1051 - Fees and expenses.
1052 - Fees of surveyor or commissioner in action for dower.
1061 - Final judgment.
1062 - Plaintiff may recover sum awarded; court may modify judgment.
1063 - Junior incumbrances; not affected by admeasurement.
1064 - Appeal not to stay execution if undertaking is given.
1071 - Plaintiff may consent to receive a gross sum.
1072 - Defendant may consent to pay it; proceedings thereupon.
1073 - Interlocutory judgment for sale.
1074 - Direction that a part be laid off.
1075 - Liens to be ascertained.
1076 - Satisfaction or protection of lien.
1077 - Payment of taxes, assessments and water rates out of proceeds.
1078 - Report of sale.
1079 - Final judgment upon confirming sale.
1081 - Certain provisions made applicable.
1091 - Action to recover property by revisioner or remainderman, after determination of particular estate.
1093 - Collusive recovery not to prejudice infant.
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