1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Judiciary
  4. Article 14: Law Reporting


Section 432 Copies of opinions, decisions and papers to be furnished to state reporter

Judiciary (JUD)

Copies of opinions, decisions and papers to be furnished to state reporter. With the exception of court of appeals and appellate division causes directed not to be reported, as provided in section four hundred thirty-one of this article, the judges or justices of every court of record, including surrogates, shall promptly cause to be delivered to the state reporter, without charge, a copy of every written opinion rendered in causes determined therein. The judges or justices of the court of appeals and of the appellate divisions and the appellate terms of the supreme court shall, in addition, cause to be delivered to the state reporter, without charge, a list of all decisions rendered by the respective courts, together with copies of such points of counsel and records and papers on appeal, if practicable, as the state reporter may require.