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Notice Of Motion - New York

Notice Of Motion Form. This is a New York form and can be used in General Supreme Court Statewide .
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SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK S COUNTY OF x Notice of Motion Plaintiff(s), -against- SELECT ONE Index No. Defendant(s) x Oral argument is requested (check box if applicable) Upon the affirmation of ________________________, sworn to on _________________, 20___, and upon [list supporting papers if any] , the ____________ will move this court (in Room ____, IAS Part ____) at the ___________________ Courthouse, __________________, New York, on the ____ day of _________, 20___, at __________ for an order _______________________________________________________________________. The above-entitled action is for (briefly state nature of action, e.g., personal injury, medical malpractice, divorce, etc.) An affirmation that a good faith effort has been made to resolve the issues raised in this motion is annexed hereto. [Required only where the motion relates to disclosures or to a bill of particulars.] Pursuant to CPLR 2214(b), answering affidavits and cross-motions, if any, are required to be served upon the undersigned at least seven days before the return date of this motion. [Check box if applicable.] Dated: * Attorney , New York Address: Telephone number: TO:* Attorney Address: Telephone number: * Note: Attorney (or attorney in charge of case if law firm) for moving party; if any party is appearing pro se, the name, address and telephone number of such party shall be stated. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com
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