Bills Pending New York Senate Judiciary Committee

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NYS03078Intro
25%
Relates to electronic citation fees or the process of transmitting traffic, misdemeanor, municipal ordinance, conservation, or other citations and law enforcement data via electronic means to a county clerk.
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2023-01-27
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NYS03093Intro
25%
Proposes a constitutional amendment to divide the state into three autonomous regions; the New Amsterdam Region, the New York Region and the Montauk Region; provides regional governors and regional legislators; provides only for a state sales tax; di...
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2023-01-27
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NYS03031Intro
25%
Relates to interest to be recovered upon a sum awarded in certain circumstances.
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2023-01-26
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NYS02992Intro
25%
Requires parity in the mental and physical health treatment of the residents of New York state; provides that both mental and physical health "will be matters of public concern and provision therefor shall be made by the state and by such of its subd...
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2023-01-26
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NYS02948Intro
25%
Relates to preventing fraudulent deed transfers; protects home owners from being misled into transferring their home to mortgage servicers.
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2023-01-26
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NYS03030Intro
25%
Amends the constitution to convey land to Debar Pond Institute, Inc. in order to facilitate the preservation of historic buildings.
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2023-01-26
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NYS02947Intro
25%
Enacts the "childhood lead poisoning prevention and safe housing act of 2023"; requires the reduction and elimination of lead-based paint hazards; defines terms; provides that properties shall be maintained free of conditions conducive to lead paint ...
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2023-01-26
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NYS02997Intro
25%
Provides that an affirmation of a health care practitioner may be served or filed in an action in lieu of and with same force and effect as an affidavit (changes the current reference in existing provisions from "physician, osteopath or dentist" to "...
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2023-01-26
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NYS02964Intro
25%
Enacts the "fairness in cooperative homeownership act"; regulates the submission and determinations of applications for ownership of cooperative apartments.
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2023-01-26
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NYS02880Intro
25%
Exempts guardianship motions filed under article 81 of the mental hygiene law by a fiduciary, court evaluator, guardian ad litem, court-appointed attorney or by the court examiner from the required filing fee.
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2023-01-25
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NYS02869Intro
25%
Requires financial reports for real property acquired by the state, including any agencies and authorities, through eminent domain.
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2023-01-25
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NYS02893Intro
25%
Relates to the taxation of moneys, credits, securities and other intangible personal property in the state that is not employed in carrying on any business therein.
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2023-01-25
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NYS02902Intro
25%
Allows a tenant to offset against future rental payments the cost of certain emergency repairs a landlord is either unwilling or unable to correct within twenty-four hours of notice to the landlord of the need for such emergency repair, provided that...
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2023-01-25
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NYS02849Intro
25%
Increases the jurisdictional limit from $3,000 to $5,000 for justice courts; increases filing fees.
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2023-01-25
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NYS02717Intro
25%
Authorizes the chief administrator of the courts to promulgate rules authorizing an electronic filing program for commencement of civil actions and proceedings and filing and service of papers in town and village courts.
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2023-01-24
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NYS02687Intro
25%
Authorizes the governor to fill vacancy in the office of lieutenant-governor on confirmation of both houses of the legislature; allows the governor to leave the state without transmitting power to lieutenant-governor; establishes the process for lieu...
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2023-01-24
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NYS02715Intro
25%
Enacts the court order protection act.
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2023-01-24
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NYS02783Intro
25%
Prohibits landlords, lessors, sub-lessors and grantors from demanding brokers' fees from a tenant.
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2023-01-24
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NYS02718Intro
25%
Eliminates filing fees for wills filed for safekeeping in the surrogate's court.
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2023-01-24
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NYS02719Intro
25%
Raises the jurisdictional amount for small claims cases from $3,000 to $10,000 in justice court.
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2023-01-24
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NYS02759Intro
25%
Relates to adding disability to the equal protection requirement.
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2023-01-24
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NYS02744Intro
25%
Increases the amount of allowance that trial and grand jurors are entitled to in each court of the unified court system.
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2023-01-24
[Hearing: Jan 31 @ 9:30 am]
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NYS02787Intro
25%
Relates to causing New York to observe Atlantic time.
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2023-01-24
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NYS02766Intro
25%
Establishes restrictions on consumer and employment contracts.
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2023-01-24
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NYS02701Intro
25%
Removes liability for the death of a person caused by any act of persons permitted to use certain premises; removes liability from the owner, lessee or occupant of premises adjacent to such premises.
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2023-01-24
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NYS02562Intro
25%
Provides that the voting age in New York be 16 years old.
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2023-01-23
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NYS02591Intro
25%
Establishes the chief administrator of the courts shall submit annually a report on the administration, function and effectiveness of the Drug Treatment Court Program during the preceding year.
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2023-01-23
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NYS02631Intro
25%
Requires the chief administrator of the office of court administration to establish a searchable public database providing information regarding eviction proceedings in the state; directs the chief administrator to adopt rules directing village, town...
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2023-01-23
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NYS02607Intro
25%
Provides for initiative and referendum and recall; empowers the electors with the ability to propose statutes and amendments to the constitution, approve or reject statutes or parts of statutes, and remove elective officers.
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2023-01-23
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NYS02602Intro
25%
Provides that for settlements that require a court order, the order, or the judgment in a special proceeding, shall provide for the payment of interest on the settlement amount at the statutory interest rate on judgments.
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2023-01-23
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NYS02604Intro
25%
Prohibits the entry of a judgment by confession on amounts due from one or more individuals for personal, family, household, consumer, investment, or non-business purposes and on a debt incurred if the principal amount of such debt was less than $5,0...
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2023-01-23
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NYS02610Intro
25%
Relates to the operation of games of chance by employees of authorized organizations.
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2023-01-23
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NYS02573Intro
25%
Permits the admissibility of testimony that a person reported acts of discrimination to another person in a civil trial under the human rights law, including the contents of such report.
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2023-01-23
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NYS02572Intro
25%
Imposes a duty on a vehicular assailant to support a surviving child of a parent or guardian killed by such person; defines income; provides for a determination of support.
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2023-01-23
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NYS02543Intro
25%
Relates to the use in evidence of the fact of possession or presence on the premises of condoms and other sexual and reproductive health devices.
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2023-01-23
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NYS02558Intro
25%
Relates to claims for unjust conviction and imprisonment and the availability of certain benefits and entitlements to exonerees; allows for sealing of records, payment of awards and payment of attorney's fees; repeals certain provisions relating ther...
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2023-01-23
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NYS02644Intro
25%
Provides that the existence of an infestation of pests in a premises occupied for dwelling purposes is a breach of the warranty of habitability, and requires a landlord to keep premises occupied for dwelling purposes free from an infestation of pests...
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2023-01-23
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NYS02554Intro
25%
Establishes minimum educational requirements of certain town and village justices.
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2023-01-23
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NYS02552Intro
25%
Enacts the "sunshine in litigation act" regarding protective orders.
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2023-01-23
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NYS02355Intro
25%
Relates to the hours of operation for family courts; requires family courts in New York City to remain open until midnight on at least one weekday each week in at least two counties effective January 1, 2024, and in at least three counties, effective...
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2023-01-20
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NYS02351Intro
25%
Declares Asian Lunar New Year a public holiday.
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2023-01-20
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NYS02483Intro
25%
Prohibits residential landlords from charging tenants a fee for a dishonored rent check in excess of the actual costs or fees incurred by such landlord as a result thereof, provided such dishonored check fee was included in the initial lease.
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2023-01-20
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NYS02475Intro
25%
Prohibits consideration of a law of another state that authorizes a child to be removed from their parent or guardian based on the parent or guardian allowing their child to receive gender affirming care in custody cases; prohibits law enforcement ag...
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2023-01-20
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NYS02435Intro
25%
Relates to the definition of residence and residential real property.
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2023-01-20
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NYS02353Intro
25%
Requires the disclosure of lead-based paint test reports in real estate transactions.
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2023-01-20
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NYS02389Intro
25%
Authorizes the mortgagee or lienor of an abandoned multiple dwelling to apply for the appointment of a receiver to bring the building into compliance.
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2023-01-20
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NYS02352Intro
25%
Requires real estate brokers and salepersons to compile and disclose client demographic data to the secretary of state; requires real estate brokers and salepersons to request the voluntary disclosure of demographic information from clients and recor...
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2023-01-20
[Hearing: Jan 31 @ 9:30 am]
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NYS02410Intro
25%
Updates the procedure for applying for attorney's fees in medical, dental or podiatric malpractice cases in excess of the statutory contingent fee schedule in circumstances where the amounts set forth in such fee schedule are inadequate to compensate...
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2023-01-20
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NYS02478Intro
25%
Prohibits the use of a facial recognition system by a landlord on any residential premises.
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2023-01-20
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NYS02368Intro
25%
Updates contingent fee rules for attorneys in claims or actions for medical, dental or podiatric malpractice; permits applications for enhanced fees; permits plaintiffs to waive contingent retainer limitations.
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2023-01-20
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