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New York Appellate Practice
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Stays Pending Appeal
Thomas R. Newman
The chapter also discusses stays without court order. In addition to the service of a notice of appeal or motion for leave to appeal, certain additional steps must be taken, depending on the nature of the judgment or order appealed from. A private party not ordinarily entitled to a statutory stay pending appeal is entitled to the benefits thereof when a statutory stay is obtained by a codefendant. Next, the chapter discusses stays in actions defended by an insurance carrier. Then, it addresses the automatic stay provisions of CPLR 5519(a) and (b). This chapter concludes with a discussion of the continuation of stays during subsequent appeals and the related matter of proceedings in the lower court during the pendency of a stay pending appeal.
New York Appellate Practice (Matthew Bender) is a complete guide to handling any appeal before a New York Court. It provides detailed coverage of each step in the appellate process, including preserving errors for appeal, taking and perfecting the appeal, preparing an appellate brief, and arguing the appeal. It provides detailed information about appellate practice in the Appellate Division departments and the New York Court of Appeals. New York Appellate Practice gives you critical information about appeals in specific types of cases, including criminal appeals, appeals from administrative proceedings, and matrimonial appeals. In addition to legal analysis and practical guidance, New York Appellate Practice includes appellate practice forms and court rules for the Appellate Divisions and Appellate Terms.
New York,Civil Procedure,Judgments,Entry of Judgments,Stays Pending Appeal,Automatic Stays,Money Judgments,Stays of Proceedings,Multiple Claims,Multiple Parties,Interlocutory Orders
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