2006 New York Code - Trial.
§ 774. Trial. Where triable issues of fact are raised, they shall be tried by the court without a jury at the time when issue is joined. However, the court, in its discretion, may grant an adjournment of such trial at request of either party, if it determines that an adjournment is necessary to enable either of the parties to procure the necessary witnesses, or upon consent of all the parties who appear. Such adjournment shall not be for more than five days except by consent of all the parties who appear.
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