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Is there a way to check the status of a civil case that was transferred from the New York Supreme Court to a New York civil court?

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2005-12-23 04:07:26
2005-12-23 04:07:26

Yes, check out New York State Unified Court System at nycourts.gov They have CaseTrac, where you can file or track a case, find future court appearances, and find out court decisions dating back a few years, and judge/justice calendars. You can look up Civil - Supreme, Criminal, or Housing cases. Some Counties/Districts are not included though. You may search by Defendant, Plaintiff, Index #, Attorney/Firm.

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