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by | Oct 2, 2019

In AD2, Part 670.7 , a supplemental record shall only be accepted for filing in the following
circumstances:
(i) where directed or permitted by order of the court; or
(ii) where accompanied by a stipulation in which it is agreed that the contents of the
supplemental record are properly part of the Record on Appeal as that term is defined in CPLR
5526 and section 1250.7(b) of the Practice Rules of the Appellate Division (22 NYCRR §
1250.7[b]) but were inadvertently omitted from the Record on Appeal previously filed with the
court.


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