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SECTION 193
Incapacity, disqualification or absence of the county judges of Suffolk, Dutchess, Ulster and Schenectady counties
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 7
§ 193. Incapacity, disqualification or absence of the county judges of
Suffolk, Dutchess, Ulster and Schenectady counties. If the county judge
of Suffolk county, Dutchess county, Ulster county or Schenectady county
is for any reason incapacitated, disqualified, or incapable to act in an
action or special proceeding or other matter pending or about to be
instituted in the county court of his county, or before him, or if he is
for any reason absent from his county, then the action or special
proceeding or other matter may be continued or instituted before either
a justice of the supreme court within the same judicial district as the
county judge or the surrogate of the county, who shall possess the same
power and authority in the action or special proceeding or other matter
which the county judge possesses in a like action or proceeding or
matter brought in the county court.