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Re: Manhattan commercial small claims

Posted by Anna on May 13, 1999 at 10:32:35:

In Reply to: Re: Maybe... basic small claims & NYSBA link posted by Mark Smith on May 12, 1999 at 23:02:49:

: Mark Smith: Corporations, partnerships, and associations can sue in commercial small claims court in New York City if their principal office is located in New York State and if the defendant lives, works, or has a business office in New York City [New York City Civil Court Act, Sections 1801 and 1801-A].

: Mark Smith: If you live, work, or have a business office in New York City, you can be sued in New York City Small Claims Court or the commercial small claims court [NYCCCA 1801 and 1801-A].


In Manhattan, is Commercial Small Claims Court held in the same place and at the same time as regular (people) Small Claims Court, Thursday evening, 111 Center St??? Is that why there were so many 'suits' there, including LL eviction-factory 'suits'?

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