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Posted by Mark Smith on October 25, 1999 at 22:17:48:

In Reply to: HELP PLEASE, JUDGE GRANTED SUMMARY JUDGEMENT FOR LANDLORD posted by Caroline Fass on October 25, 1999 at 19:39:29:

You have thirty days from when you are served with the order and notice of entry (35 days from the date of mailing, if served by mail) to appeal or to move to re-argue. You are NOT in the jurisdiction of the Appellate Term, First Department, which covers Manhattan and the Bronx.

Try to get something in writing from the Department of Buildings about the Certificate of Occupancy, for the motion to re-argue, or possibly for a motion to renew (new evidence).

The motion to re-argue does not extend your time to appeal the original order, and if the judge denies your motion to re-argue, you don't have a right to appeal the denial.

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