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SECTION 92
General powers conferred upon presiding justice and appellate division in first department
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 4
§ 92. General powers conferred upon presiding justice and appellate
division in first department. Except as otherwise provided in this
article, all the powers heretofore conferred by law upon the presiding
justice of the general term of the supreme court in the first judicial
department, the chief judge of the court of common pleas for the city
and county of New York, and the chief judge of the superior court of the
city of New York, either or all of them, are vested in the presiding
justice of the appellate division of the supreme court in the first
department. All the powers heretofore conferred by law upon the general
term of the supreme court in the first judicial department, upon the
general term of the superior court of the city of New York and upon the
general term of the court of common pleas for the city and county of New
York, are conferred upon and vested in the appellate division of the
supreme court in the first department. And all the powers conferred by
law upon the supreme court in the first judicial district, upon the
superior court of the city of New York and upon the court of common
pleas for the city and county of New York, other than as courts of first
instance in actions and special proceedings, are also conferred upon and
vested in said appellate division.