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Possession of opioid antagonists; receipt into evidence
Civil Practice Law & Rules (CVP) CHAPTER 8, ARTICLE 45
§ 4519-a. Possession of opioid antagonists; receipt into evidence. 1.
Possession of an opioid antagonist may not be received in evidence in
any trial, hearing or proceeding pursuant to subdivision one of section
two hundred thirty-one and paragraph three of subdivision b of section
two hundred thirty-three of the real property law or subdivision five of
section seven hundred eleven and subdivision one of section seven
hundred fifteen of the real property actions and proceedings law as
evidence that the building or premises are being used for illegal trade,
manufacture, or other illegal business.

2. For the purposes of this section, opioid antagonist shall have the
same meaning as set forth in subdivision two of section 60.49 of the
criminal procedure law.