State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Rpa > Article-18 > 1807

§  1807. Payment of compensation; release. 1. Upon the payment of such  compensation by the state in the manner provided by  the  judgment,  the  state  shall  be  released  of  and from any and all claims, damages and  liability arising from or growing out of such appropriation, and in  and  to  every  matter  and  thing  in  anywise  related  to said property so  appropriated.    2. The failure to conduct the proceeding for the release of any  claim  against  the  state  of  an infant, incompetent person or conservatee as  covered by this article, shall not invalidate or render ineffective such  release  if  the  interests  of  the  infant,  incompetent   person   or  conservatee have not been prejudiced.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Rpa > Article-18 > 1807

§  1807. Payment of compensation; release. 1. Upon the payment of such  compensation by the state in the manner provided by  the  judgment,  the  state  shall  be  released  of  and from any and all claims, damages and  liability arising from or growing out of such appropriation, and in  and  to  every  matter  and  thing  in  anywise  related  to said property so  appropriated.    2. The failure to conduct the proceeding for the release of any  claim  against  the  state  of  an infant, incompetent person or conservatee as  covered by this article, shall not invalidate or render ineffective such  release  if  the  interests  of  the  infant,  incompetent   person   or  conservatee have not been prejudiced.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Rpa > Article-18 > 1807

§  1807. Payment of compensation; release. 1. Upon the payment of such  compensation by the state in the manner provided by  the  judgment,  the  state  shall  be  released  of  and from any and all claims, damages and  liability arising from or growing out of such appropriation, and in  and  to  every  matter  and  thing  in  anywise  related  to said property so  appropriated.    2. The failure to conduct the proceeding for the release of any  claim  against  the  state  of  an infant, incompetent person or conservatee as  covered by this article, shall not invalidate or render ineffective such  release  if  the  interests  of  the  infant,  incompetent   person   or  conservatee have not been prejudiced.

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