Inside Baseball: First Department's Rule §600.1 (c)

, New York Law Journal

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David B. Saxe writes that a somewhat murky and obtuse rule of practice in the First Department provides that: "When a cause is argued or submitted to the court with four justices present, it shall, whenever necessary, be deemed submitted also to any other duly qualified justice of the court, unless objection is noted at the time of argument or submission." What is required of the court when an attorney notes an objection as contemplated by this rule?

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