As a result of the success Buffalo City Court has experienced as a pilot court designated for accepting civil commencement documents through the NYS Courts Electronic Delivery System (EDDS), please be advised effective April 1, 2023, all city courts in the 8th Judicial District will be authorized for the electronic submission of commencement documents, in addition to the transmittal of documents …
Please see below for AO 199-22 requiring the use of the Notice of Petition Form for filings of residential eviction matters in any City, Town or Village Court in Erie County. The form and more information is available at: http://ww2.nycourts.gov/forms/landlordtenant/index.shtml
Below please find Administrative Order AO/189/2022, amending Rule 6 of Section 202.70(g) of the Uniform Rules for the Supreme and County Courts (Rules of Practice for the Commercial Division), effective September 12, 2022, adding a new section (d).
Hon. Janet DiFiore, Chief Judge of the State of New York issues an amendment to Part 36. See below.
Below please find Administrative Order AO/158/2022, which is effective immediately and is in regards to the resumption of residential and commercial eviction matters, filing and service, remote proceedings, alternative dispute resolution, and COVID-19 emergency rental assistance program protections.
Below see the attached Administrative Order AO/151/2022, amending Part 202.12-a of the Uniform Rules for the Supreme and County Courts, regarding Residential Mortgage Foreclosure Actions; Settlement Conference, effective July 1, 2022.
Below please find Administrative Order AO/153/2022, amending Rule 19 of Section 202.70(g) of the Uniform Rules for the Supreme and County Courts (Rules of Practice for the Commercial Division), effective immediately, regarding Orders to Show Cause.
Below please find Administrative Order AO/124/2022, promulgating, effective January 1, 2023 training requirements for mediators and neutral evaluators severing on court rosters under Part 146 (22 NYCRR Section 146), arbitrators and special masters who serve in court-sponsored programs, and neutrals who provide services as part of the community Dispute Resolution Center Program.