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Privilege on examination; immunity
Civil Practice Law & Rules (CVP) CHAPTER 8, ARTICLE 52
§ 5211. Privilege on examination; immunity. The court may confer
immunity upon any witness in accordance with the provisions of section
50.20 of the criminal procedure law for testimony or evidence in an
enforcement procedure relating to disposition of property in which the
judgment debtor has an interest, or relating to his or another person's
claim to be entitled, as against the judgment creditor or a receiver, to
hold property derived from or through the judgment debtor, or to be
discharged from the payment of a debt which was due to the judgment
debtor; provided, however, that no immunity shall be conferred except
upon twenty-four hours' written notice to the appropriate district
atorney having an official interest therein.