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§  202.  Pleading  interest  of  the  state.  Where  the  state or any  department, bureau,  board,  commission,  council,  officer,  agency  or  instrumentality  of  the  state is defendant in an action affecting real  property, the complaint shall set forth:    1. Detailed facts showing the particular nature of the interest in  or  lien  on  the  real property and the reason for making the state a party  defendant.    2. If the lien exists by virtue of a judgment, other  than  a  warrant  the name of the court, date recorded, clerk's office in which filed, and  names  of  the  parties against whom and in whose favor recorded. In the  case of a warrant, the date filed or docketed, clerk's office  in  which  filed  or  docketed,  and names of the parties against whom and in whose  favor issued.    3. If the lien exists by virtue of a provision of  law  other  than  a  judgment, the provision of law under which said lien is created.    4.  If  the  lien  is  one  under articles ten, ten-a, ten-b, ten-c or  twenty-six of the tax law, whether or not such lien exists by reason  of  the  filing  or  docketing of a warrant under such law, the name of each  decedent against whose estate there is an unpaid transfer or estate tax,  the date of death, place of residence at the time of death, heirs at law  and next of kin, whether the decedent died testate or intestate, whether  his estate has been administered, and if so where.    5. If the lien is one under articles nine, nine-a, nine-b,  nine-c  or  twenty-seven  of  the tax law, whether or not such lien exists by reason  of the filing or docketing of a warrant under such law, the name of  the  corporation,  association,  joint-stock company, unincorporated company,  person, or  partnership  against  whose  property  there  is  an  unpaid  corporation, license, or franchise tax or penalty.    6.  If  the  lien  is  one  under article twenty-six-a of the tax law,  whether or not such lien exists by reason of the filing or docketing  of  a warrant under such law, the names of the donees or transferees against  whose property there is an unpaid gift tax.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Rpa > Article-2 > 202

§  202.  Pleading  interest  of  the  state.  Where  the  state or any  department, bureau,  board,  commission,  council,  officer,  agency  or  instrumentality  of  the  state is defendant in an action affecting real  property, the complaint shall set forth:    1. Detailed facts showing the particular nature of the interest in  or  lien  on  the  real property and the reason for making the state a party  defendant.    2. If the lien exists by virtue of a judgment, other  than  a  warrant  the name of the court, date recorded, clerk's office in which filed, and  names  of  the  parties against whom and in whose favor recorded. In the  case of a warrant, the date filed or docketed, clerk's office  in  which  filed  or  docketed,  and names of the parties against whom and in whose  favor issued.    3. If the lien exists by virtue of a provision of  law  other  than  a  judgment, the provision of law under which said lien is created.    4.  If  the  lien  is  one  under articles ten, ten-a, ten-b, ten-c or  twenty-six of the tax law, whether or not such lien exists by reason  of  the  filing  or  docketing of a warrant under such law, the name of each  decedent against whose estate there is an unpaid transfer or estate tax,  the date of death, place of residence at the time of death, heirs at law  and next of kin, whether the decedent died testate or intestate, whether  his estate has been administered, and if so where.    5. If the lien is one under articles nine, nine-a, nine-b,  nine-c  or  twenty-seven  of  the tax law, whether or not such lien exists by reason  of the filing or docketing of a warrant under such law, the name of  the  corporation,  association,  joint-stock company, unincorporated company,  person, or  partnership  against  whose  property  there  is  an  unpaid  corporation, license, or franchise tax or penalty.    6.  If  the  lien  is  one  under article twenty-six-a of the tax law,  whether or not such lien exists by reason of the filing or docketing  of  a warrant under such law, the names of the donees or transferees against  whose property there is an unpaid gift tax.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Rpa > Article-2 > 202

§  202.  Pleading  interest  of  the  state.  Where  the  state or any  department, bureau,  board,  commission,  council,  officer,  agency  or  instrumentality  of  the  state is defendant in an action affecting real  property, the complaint shall set forth:    1. Detailed facts showing the particular nature of the interest in  or  lien  on  the  real property and the reason for making the state a party  defendant.    2. If the lien exists by virtue of a judgment, other  than  a  warrant  the name of the court, date recorded, clerk's office in which filed, and  names  of  the  parties against whom and in whose favor recorded. In the  case of a warrant, the date filed or docketed, clerk's office  in  which  filed  or  docketed,  and names of the parties against whom and in whose  favor issued.    3. If the lien exists by virtue of a provision of  law  other  than  a  judgment, the provision of law under which said lien is created.    4.  If  the  lien  is  one  under articles ten, ten-a, ten-b, ten-c or  twenty-six of the tax law, whether or not such lien exists by reason  of  the  filing  or  docketing of a warrant under such law, the name of each  decedent against whose estate there is an unpaid transfer or estate tax,  the date of death, place of residence at the time of death, heirs at law  and next of kin, whether the decedent died testate or intestate, whether  his estate has been administered, and if so where.    5. If the lien is one under articles nine, nine-a, nine-b,  nine-c  or  twenty-seven  of  the tax law, whether or not such lien exists by reason  of the filing or docketing of a warrant under such law, the name of  the  corporation,  association,  joint-stock company, unincorporated company,  person, or  partnership  against  whose  property  there  is  an  unpaid  corporation, license, or franchise tax or penalty.    6.  If  the  lien  is  one  under article twenty-six-a of the tax law,  whether or not such lien exists by reason of the filing or docketing  of  a warrant under such law, the names of the donees or transferees against  whose property there is an unpaid gift tax.

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