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No record or appendix may include a transcript of testimony given at a trial, hearing or deposition that is reproduced in condensed format such that two or more pages of transcript in standard format appear on one page, unless the transcript was submitted in that...
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At the Appellate Division, all electronically-filed motions and papers filed in opposition or relation to motions, should be filed in one PDF document, which shall contain bookmarks linking each separate document contained therein.
Except where the court has directed that the appeal be perfected by a particular time, the parties may stipulate or a letter on notice to all parties may be submitted to the court to extend the time to perfect by 60 days. The appellant may thereafter apply by letter,...
At the Appellate Division, all electronically filed motions and papers filed in opposition or relation to motions, should be filed in one PDF document, which shall contain bookmarks linking each separate document contained therein.
In order to file documents under seal, you either have to have a case that is sealed per an order of the lower court or a matter that is deemed confidential by law. When filing to NYSCEF, you need to check a box asking if this is a sealed matter. Once you click that,...
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