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First Department Lifts Suspension of Filing Deadlines

by | May 14, 2020

Supreme Court of the State of New York
Appellate Division, First Department
_________________________________
In the Matter of the Rescission
of Temporary Suspension Order ORDER
_________________________________
Pursuant to the power vested in the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of
the State of New York under Judiciary Law § 85 and in light of the implementation of a
statewide “virtual court” system in New York State, it is hereby

ORDERED that this Court’s March 17, 2020 order, temporarily suspending
perfection, filing and other deadlines set forth by Court order or practice rules, is
rescinded; and it is further

ORDERED the deadlines for the remaining 2020 terms of the Court (September
through December 2020 terms) are reinstated; and it is further

ORDERED that the deadline for the filing of responding and reply papers (that
have not yet been filed) on motions which were returnable between March 16, 2020 and
May 4, 2020, is now May 22, 2020; and it is further

ORDERED that the parties shall comply with any other filing deadlines set by
the Clerk of the Court or her designee, or by order of this Court, in the manner so
directed or ordered; and it is further

ORDERED that the requirement that hard copy briefs, records, appendices and
motions be filed continues to be suspended until further directive of this Court.
Dated: New York, New York
May 8, 2020 For the Court:
___________________________
Rolando T. Acosta,
Presiding Justice

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