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2 - Courts of record.
2-A - Jurisdiction and powers of courts continued.
2-B - General powers of courts of record.
3 - Use of term "court" prohibited.
4 - Sittings of courts to be public.
5 - Courts not to sit on Sunday except in special cases nor on Saturday in certain cases.
6 - Adjournment of term of court of record to future day.
7 - Adjournment of term on non-appearance of judge.
7-A - Vacancies or changes in judges; power of judge out of office.
7-B - Continuance of out of court proceedings before judges of same court.
7-C - Continuance of special proceeding before another officer.
8 - Emergency relocations of court terms.
13 - Court or judge may direct the filing of original stenographic minutes with clerk.
13-A - Power to remove certain officers and to appoint successors.
13-B - Oath of referee, receiver, commissioner or appraiser.
14 - Disqualification of judge by reason of interest or consanguinity.
15 - Judge of court of record not disqualified because a resident or a taxpayer.
16 - Judge prohibited from practicing law in his court.
17 - Judge prohibited from practicing in cause which has been before him.
18 - Judge prohibited from taking fees for advice in matters before him.
19 - Judge must not be interested in costs.
20 - Ex officio judge must not be interested in costs or compensation of attorneys or counsellors in his court.
21 - Judge other than of court of appeals or appellate division not to decide question argued during his absence.
22 - Certificates as to year of birth to be filed by certain judicial officers.
23 - Age limitation on term of judicial office.
24 - Compensation of judges after removal.
25 - Retirement of state-paid full-time judges or justices of the unified court system and housing judges appointed pursuant to subdivision (f) of section
25-A - Retirement of judicial officers.
27 - Enacted without section heading.
28 - Amendment of minutes of stenographer.
29 - Seal of court of record.
30 - Lost or destroyed seal must be replaced.
30-A - Seal of Kings county and of the county clerk, the supreme court and the county court in said county.
30-B - Seal of New York county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-C - Seal of Franklin county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-D - Seal of Albany county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-E - Seal of Livingston county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-F - Seal of Cortland county and of the county clerk,the supreme court and the county court in said county.
31 - Seals and records of former superior city courts.
33 - Expense of certain criminal prosecutions to be borne by the state.
34 - Apportionment of expenses related to salaries or compensation paid by the state in the first instance.
35 - Assignment of counsel to indigent persons and appointment of physicians in certain proceedings.
35-A - Statements to be filed by judges or justices fixing or approving fees, commissions, or other compensation for persons appointed by courts to perform s
35-B - Assignment of counsel and related services in criminal actions in which a death sentence may be imposed.
36 - Personal assistants to judges and justices.
37 - Salary plan for non-judicial employees.
39 - Unified court budget; first instance payments by state; provision for prepayment; payment by localities; transfer of non-judicial personnel.
39-A - Mediation.
39-B - Special provisions relating to court facilities.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Jud > Article-2

2 - Courts of record.
2-A - Jurisdiction and powers of courts continued.
2-B - General powers of courts of record.
3 - Use of term "court" prohibited.
4 - Sittings of courts to be public.
5 - Courts not to sit on Sunday except in special cases nor on Saturday in certain cases.
6 - Adjournment of term of court of record to future day.
7 - Adjournment of term on non-appearance of judge.
7-A - Vacancies or changes in judges; power of judge out of office.
7-B - Continuance of out of court proceedings before judges of same court.
7-C - Continuance of special proceeding before another officer.
8 - Emergency relocations of court terms.
13 - Court or judge may direct the filing of original stenographic minutes with clerk.
13-A - Power to remove certain officers and to appoint successors.
13-B - Oath of referee, receiver, commissioner or appraiser.
14 - Disqualification of judge by reason of interest or consanguinity.
15 - Judge of court of record not disqualified because a resident or a taxpayer.
16 - Judge prohibited from practicing law in his court.
17 - Judge prohibited from practicing in cause which has been before him.
18 - Judge prohibited from taking fees for advice in matters before him.
19 - Judge must not be interested in costs.
20 - Ex officio judge must not be interested in costs or compensation of attorneys or counsellors in his court.
21 - Judge other than of court of appeals or appellate division not to decide question argued during his absence.
22 - Certificates as to year of birth to be filed by certain judicial officers.
23 - Age limitation on term of judicial office.
24 - Compensation of judges after removal.
25 - Retirement of state-paid full-time judges or justices of the unified court system and housing judges appointed pursuant to subdivision (f) of section
25-A - Retirement of judicial officers.
27 - Enacted without section heading.
28 - Amendment of minutes of stenographer.
29 - Seal of court of record.
30 - Lost or destroyed seal must be replaced.
30-A - Seal of Kings county and of the county clerk, the supreme court and the county court in said county.
30-B - Seal of New York county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-C - Seal of Franklin county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-D - Seal of Albany county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-E - Seal of Livingston county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-F - Seal of Cortland county and of the county clerk,the supreme court and the county court in said county.
31 - Seals and records of former superior city courts.
33 - Expense of certain criminal prosecutions to be borne by the state.
34 - Apportionment of expenses related to salaries or compensation paid by the state in the first instance.
35 - Assignment of counsel to indigent persons and appointment of physicians in certain proceedings.
35-A - Statements to be filed by judges or justices fixing or approving fees, commissions, or other compensation for persons appointed by courts to perform s
35-B - Assignment of counsel and related services in criminal actions in which a death sentence may be imposed.
36 - Personal assistants to judges and justices.
37 - Salary plan for non-judicial employees.
39 - Unified court budget; first instance payments by state; provision for prepayment; payment by localities; transfer of non-judicial personnel.
39-A - Mediation.
39-B - Special provisions relating to court facilities.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Jud > Article-2

2 - Courts of record.
2-A - Jurisdiction and powers of courts continued.
2-B - General powers of courts of record.
3 - Use of term "court" prohibited.
4 - Sittings of courts to be public.
5 - Courts not to sit on Sunday except in special cases nor on Saturday in certain cases.
6 - Adjournment of term of court of record to future day.
7 - Adjournment of term on non-appearance of judge.
7-A - Vacancies or changes in judges; power of judge out of office.
7-B - Continuance of out of court proceedings before judges of same court.
7-C - Continuance of special proceeding before another officer.
8 - Emergency relocations of court terms.
13 - Court or judge may direct the filing of original stenographic minutes with clerk.
13-A - Power to remove certain officers and to appoint successors.
13-B - Oath of referee, receiver, commissioner or appraiser.
14 - Disqualification of judge by reason of interest or consanguinity.
15 - Judge of court of record not disqualified because a resident or a taxpayer.
16 - Judge prohibited from practicing law in his court.
17 - Judge prohibited from practicing in cause which has been before him.
18 - Judge prohibited from taking fees for advice in matters before him.
19 - Judge must not be interested in costs.
20 - Ex officio judge must not be interested in costs or compensation of attorneys or counsellors in his court.
21 - Judge other than of court of appeals or appellate division not to decide question argued during his absence.
22 - Certificates as to year of birth to be filed by certain judicial officers.
23 - Age limitation on term of judicial office.
24 - Compensation of judges after removal.
25 - Retirement of state-paid full-time judges or justices of the unified court system and housing judges appointed pursuant to subdivision (f) of section
25-A - Retirement of judicial officers.
27 - Enacted without section heading.
28 - Amendment of minutes of stenographer.
29 - Seal of court of record.
30 - Lost or destroyed seal must be replaced.
30-A - Seal of Kings county and of the county clerk, the supreme court and the county court in said county.
30-B - Seal of New York county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-C - Seal of Franklin county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-D - Seal of Albany county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-E - Seal of Livingston county and of the county clerk and the supreme court.
30-F - Seal of Cortland county and of the county clerk,the supreme court and the county court in said county.
31 - Seals and records of former superior city courts.
33 - Expense of certain criminal prosecutions to be borne by the state.
34 - Apportionment of expenses related to salaries or compensation paid by the state in the first instance.
35 - Assignment of counsel to indigent persons and appointment of physicians in certain proceedings.
35-A - Statements to be filed by judges or justices fixing or approving fees, commissions, or other compensation for persons appointed by courts to perform s
35-B - Assignment of counsel and related services in criminal actions in which a death sentence may be imposed.
36 - Personal assistants to judges and justices.
37 - Salary plan for non-judicial employees.
39 - Unified court budget; first instance payments by state; provision for prepayment; payment by localities; transfer of non-judicial personnel.
39-A - Mediation.
39-B - Special provisions relating to court facilities.

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