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ARTICLE 41
Trial By a Jury
Civil Practice Law & Rules (CVP) CHAPTER 8
ARTICLE 41

TRIAL BY A JURY

4101. Issues triable by a jury revealed before trial.

4102. Demand and waiver of trial by jury; specification of

issues.

(a) Demand.

(b) Specification of issues.

(c) Waiver.

(d) Local rules.

(e) Relief by court.

4103. Issues triable by a jury revealed at trial; demand and

waiver of trial by jury.

4104. Number of jurors.

4105. Persons who constitute the jury.

4106. Alternate jurors.

4107. Judge present at examination of jurors.

4108. Challenges generally.

4109. Peremptory challenges.

4110. Challenges for cause.

(a) Challenge to the favor.

(b) Disqualification of juror for relationship.

4110-a. Competency of inhabitants as justices or jurors;

undertakings not required of village.

4110-b. Instructions to jury; objection.

4110-c. Trial jury; viewing of premises.

4111. General and special verdicts and written

interrogatories.

(a) General and special verdict defined.

(b) Special verdict.

(c) General verdict accompanied by answers to

interrogatories.

(d) Itemized verdict in medical, dental, or podiatric

malpractice actions.

(e) Itemized verdict in certain actions against a

public employer for personal injury and wrongful

death.

(f) Itemized verdict in certain actions.

4112. Entry of verdict.

4113. Disagreement by jury.

(a) Unanimous verdict not required.

(b) Procedure where jurors disagree.