2015 New York Laws
CVP - Civil Practice Law & Rules
Article 26 - (Civil Practice Law & Rules) PROPERTY PAID INTO COURT
R2606 - Obtaining order for payment out of court.

NY CPLR § R2606 (2015) What's This?

Rule 2606. Obtaining order for payment out of court. Unless otherwise directed by the judgment or order under which the property was paid into court, an order for the payment of property out of court shall be made only:

1. on motion with notice to all parties who have appeared or filed a notice of claim to such property; or

2. by special proceeding. In either case the petition shall be accompanied by a copy of the judgment, order or other paper under which the property was paid into court, together with a certificate of the county treasurer or other depository of the property, showing the present condition and amount thereof, and stating separately, in the case of money, the amount of principal and interest.


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