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  1. Bronx County Supreme Court E-Filing in City Parts

    Bronx County
    Supreme Court
    E-Filing in City Parts

    Please take notice that commencing on March 1, 2017, actions or proceedings that are commenced as e-file cases by a plaintiff/petitioner and then assigned to one of the City Parts in the Bronx Supreme Court (Part 3, Judge Mitchell J. Danziger presiding, and Parts 33 and 17 (NYCHA cases), Judge Larry S. Schachner presiding) will no longer be removed from e-filing. All motions, orders and any other documents to be filed must be filed by NYSCEF. Working Copies of all e-filed motions and e-filed opposition, reply, stipulations, and any other responding documents must be filed in Room 217 at the Courthouse, 851 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451 on or before the return date.

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    Court Closing for Tuesday, March 14th due to storm

    All courts in NYC, Long Island and 9th JD, AppDiv 1st & AppDiv2d, Albany, and 5 Boroughs (Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, and Staten Island), Dutchess, Rockland, Schenectady, Saratoga, Sullivan, Ulster, Washington, Westchester and ALL COURTS in New Jersey, are closed on Tuesday, March 14 due to the winter storm. Check back for listings as we receive them.

    Civil Queens Civil Court Update - Effective 2/ 27/17

    Civil Queens Civil Court Update

    Effective February 27, 2017
    The following changes will take effect:

    Parts 40/41 (No Fault Motions) will be combined with
    Parts 30/32/34/35/38/39 (Special Term Motions)
    In Courtroom 308 at 9:30am.
    Infant Compromise Hearing (Part 37)
    will be heard In Courtroom 308 at 11:30am.
    Con Edison Voluntary Conferences
    will be held in Courtroom 306 at 9:30am.

    NOTICE - New York City Civil Court

    NOTICE - New York City Civil Court has calendared all actions filed prior to January 1, 2015, that have had no activity since January 1, 2015, to be heard in Parts 97,98 & 99. Click for more information

    List of all the Federal & State (NY & NJ) Court closings for 2017

    F=Federal Court S=State Court (NY & NJ) B=Bankruptcy E= Emergent Matters Only
    Jan. 2: Legal Holiday (F & S; E)
    Jan. 16: Dr. MLK Jr. Birthday (F& S; E)
    Feb. 13: Lincoln’s Birthday (NY Cts.)
    Feb. 20: President’s Day (F & S; E)
    Apr. 14: Legal Holiday (NJ Cts.; E)
    May 29: Memorial Day (F & S; E)
    July 1: First Court Day of 2017-18 Court Year, NJ Cts.
    July 3: (SDNY & SDNY-B)
    July 4: Independence Day (F & S; E)
    Sep. 4: Labor Day (F & S; E)
    Oct. 9: Columbus Day (F & S; E)
    Nov. 7: Election Day (S; E)
    Nov. 10: Veteran’s Day (F & S; E)
    Nov. 20, 21 & 22: Statewide Judicial College (NJ Cts.; E)
    Nov. 23: Thanksgiving Day (F & S; E)
    Nov. 24: (SDNY & SDNY B)
    Dec. 25: Christmas Day (F & S; E)
    Dec. 26 to Dec. 29: inclusive of both dates Recess (E)
    Jan. 1, 2018: Legal Holiday (F & S; E)

    List of all the Federal & State (NY & NJ) Court closings for 2016

    F=Federal Court  S=State Court   B=Bankruptcy
    Nov. 21, 22 & 23: State Judicial College; emergent matters only—NJ State only
    Nov. 24: Thanksgiving Day—(F & S)
    Dec. 26: Christmas Day (observed) —(F & S)
    Dec. 27-31: Court Recess—NJ State only

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