2012 New York Consolidated Laws
PBO - Public Officers
35 - Removals from office.

NY Pub Off L § 35 (2012) What's This?
    § 35. Removals  from  office.    Every removal of an officer by one or
  more state officers, shall be in written duplicate orders, signed by the
  officer, or by all or a majority of the officers, making the removal, or
  if made by a body or  board  of  state  officers  may  be  evidenced  by
  duplicate certified copies of the resolution or order of removal, signed
  either by all or by a majority of the officers making the removal, or by
  the  president  and  clerk  of  such  body or board. Both such duplicate
  orders or certified copies shall be delivered to the secretary of state,
  who shall record in his office one of such duplicates, and shall, if the
  officer removed is a state officer, deliver the other to such officer by
  messenger, if required by the governor, and otherwise by mail or as  the
  secretary  of  state shall deem advisable, and shall, if directed by the
  governor, cause a copy thereof to be published in the state paper.    If
  the  officer removed be a local officer, he shall send the other of such
  duplicates to the county clerk  of  the  county  in  which  the  officer
  removed  shall have resided at the time he was chosen to the office, and
  such clerk shall file the same in his office, and forthwith  notify  the
  officer removed of his removal.

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