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Uniform Justice Court
AN ACT to provide a uniform jurisdiction, practice and procedure for

town and village courts in the state of New York and to implement

the integration of the town and village courts into the unified

court system for the state as contemplated by sections one and

seventeen of article six of the constitution of the state of New

York, approved by the people on the seventh day of November,

nineteen hundred sixty-one

Became a law August 1, 1966, with the approval of the Governor.

Passed by a majority vote, three-fifths being present.

The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and
Assembly, do enact as follows:

Article 1. Organization.

2. Jurisdiction.

4. Summons.

5. Appearance by corporations.

7. Mandates.

8. Provisional remedies.

9. Pleadings.

10. Motions.

11. Disclosure.

12. Subpoenas.

13. Trial.

14. Judgment.

15. Execution.

17. Appeals.

18. Small claims.

19. Costs and fees.

20. Criminal jurisdiction and procedure.

21. General.

22. Transition.

23. Application.