The Uncertain Limitations Period Following Appeals by Improper Method

, New York Law Journal

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Elliott Scheinberg, an appellate attorney whose practice is limited to matrimonial law, writes that although the Court of Appeals in 1976 held that the fresh 30-day period begins to run from the date of the service of the order of either the dismissal or denial, the First Department, and recently, the Fourth Department have been inconsistent in applying that rule.

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  • AppCtAtty

    It's hard to believe that this "article" made it past the NYLJ editors.

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