2014 New York Laws
CVP - Civil Practice Law & Rules
Article 41 - (4101 - 4113) TRIAL BY A JURY
4110-A - Competency of inhabitants as justices or jurors; undertakings not required of village.

NY CPLR § 4110-A (2014) What's This?

4110-a. Competency of inhabitants as justices or jurors; undertakings not required of village. In an action brought by or against a village it shall not be an objection against the person acting as justice or juror in such action that he is a resident of the village or subject to taxation therein. It shall not be necessary for the village to give a bond, undertaking or security to appeal or to obtain a provisional remedy, or to take or prevent any other proceeding; or to do or perform any act or thing notwithstanding any provision of any other law to the contrary, but the village shall be liable to the same extent as if it had given the bond, undertaking or security otherwise required by or in pursuance of law.


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