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SECTION 190-A
When domestic or foreign corporation or joint-stock association deemed resident
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 7
§ 190-a. When domestic or foreign corporation or joint-stock
association deemed resident. For the purpose of determining jurisdiction
under section one hundred ninety, a domestic corporation or joint-stock
association is deemed a resident of a county in which its principal
place of business is established by or pursuant to a statute or by its
articles of association, or in which its principal place of business or
any part of its plant, shops, factories or offices is actually located,
or in the case of a railroad corporation, in which any portion of the
road operated by it is located, and a foreign corporation is to be
deemed a resident of a county if it maintains any plant, store, office,
warehouse or other facility for doing business within such county; and
personal service of a paper by which an action or special proceeding is
commenced, made within the county, as prescribed in the civil practice
law and rules, is sufficient service thereof upon a domestic corporation
wherever it is located.