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EXAMPLE OF NEW YORK SUBPOENA

COMPOSITE EXAMPLE OF NEW YORK SUBPOENA

PURSUANT TO THE UNIFORM INTERSTATE DEPOSITIONS

DISCOVERY ACT 

Stat of New York Civil Practice Law and Rules § 3119

PLEASE NOTE:

COUNTY CLERKS IN NEW YORK DO NOT PROVIDE SUBPOENA FORMS.

THIS EXAMPLE IS NOT AN OFFICIAL FORM, AND IS PRESENTED FOR 

ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY.

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SUPREME COURT OF STATE OF NEW YORK 

COUNTY OF _______________________________                                                                 COUNTY CLERK LOG NO.

_______________________________________________________________x                              SUBPOENA 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

                                                                            Plaintiff/Petitioner,                              

              v.                                                                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                             Originating State:

                                                                          Defendant/Respondent.                        Originating County:

_______________________________________________________________x                              Originating Court:

                                                                                                                                             Originating Case No.

SUBPOENA/SUBPOENA DUCES TECUM

Pursuant to the Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act

(Personal Attendance Required/Not Required)

TO: [NAME] [ADDRESS]

 

WE COMMAND YOU to appear at the time, date and place set forth below to testify at a deposition to be taken in this civil action and

each of you appear and attend before __________________________________________________

at _________________________________________________, on the _________ day of ______________, 20___, at________ o’clock, in the ___________________ noon, and at any recessed or adjourned date to give testimony in this action on the part of______________________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________; 

and/or that you bring with you, and produce at the time and place aforesaid, the following documents, electronically stored information, or objects, and permit their inspection, copying, testing or sampling of the material:

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________;

and/or that you permit entry onto the designated premises, land, or other property possessed or controlled by you at the time, date and location set forth below, so that we may inspect, measure, survey,, photograph, test, or sample the property or any designated object or operation on it

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________.

FAILURE TO COMPLY with this SUBPOENA is punishable as a contempt of Court and shall make you liable to the person on whose behalf this subpoena was issued for a penalty not to exceed one hundred fifty dollars and all damages sustained by reason of your failure to comply.

 

Additional Information:

[if any is contained in the Out-of-State subpoena]

 

Contact Information of Counsel for 

all parties (or contact information for parties pro se)

in the action:

 

Name

Address

Telephone Number Parties) Represented: 

(Repeat as required.)

Dated:_______________   ,______________(state)

            ________________________________

Court Clerk:__________________________________

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

Civil Practice Law and Rules § 314

Service without the state not giving personal jurisdiction in certain actions.

Service without the state not giving personal jurisdiction in certain actions. Service may be made without the state by any person authorized  by  section 313 in the same manner as service is made within the state:

    1. in a matrimonial action; or

    2. where a judgment is demanded  that  the  person  to  be  served  be excluded  from  a vested or contingent interest in or lien upon specific real or personal property within the state; or that such an interest or lien  in  favor of either party be enforced, regulated, defined or limited; or otherwise affecting the title to such property, including an action of interpleader or defensive interpleader; or

    3. where a levy upon property of the person to be served has been made within the state pursuant to an order of attachment or a chattel of such person has been seized in an action to recover a chattel.

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Civil Practice Law and Rules § 313

Service without the state giving personal jurisdiction

Service  without  the state giving personal jurisdiction.   A person domiciled in the state or subject  to  the  jurisdiction  of  the courts  of  the  state  under  section  301  or  302, or his executor or administrator, may be served with the summons without the state, in  the same  manner  as  service  is  made  within  the  state,  by  any person authorized to make service within the state who is  a  resident  of  the state  or  by  any  person authorized to make service by the laws of the state, territory, possession or country in which service is made  or  by any duly qualified attorney, solicitor, barrister, or equivalent in such jurisdiction.

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Civil Practice Law and Rules § 308

Personal Service upon a natural person

Personal service upon a natural person shall be made by any of the following methods:

1. by delivering the summons within the state to the person to be served;  or

2. by delivering the summons within the state to a person of suitable age and discretion at the actual place of business, dwelling place or usual place of abode of the person to be served and by either mailing the summons to the person to be served at his or her last known residence or by mailing the summons by first class mail to the person to be served at his or her actual place of business in an envelope bearing the legend “personal and confidential” and not indicating on the outside thereof, by return address or otherwise, that the communication is from an attorney or concerns an action against the person to be served, such delivery and mailing to be effected within twenty days of each other;  proof of such service shall be filed with the clerk of the court designated in the summons within twenty days of either such delivery or mailing, whichever is effected later;  service shall be complete ten days after such filing;  proof of service shall identify such person of suitable age and discretion and state the date, time and place of service, except in matrimonial actions where service hereunder may be made pursuant to an order made in accordance with the provisions of subdivision a of section two hundred thirty-two of the domestic relations law ;  or

3. by delivering the summons within the state to the agent for service of the person to be served as designated under rule 318 , except in matrimonial actions where service hereunder may be made pursuant to an order made in accordance with the provisions of subdivision a of section two hundred thirty-two of the domestic relations law ;

4. where service under paragraphs one and two cannot be made with due diligence, by affixing the summons to the door of either the actual place of business, dwelling place or usual place of abode within the state of the person to be served and by either mailing the summons to such person at his or her last known residence or by mailing the summons by first class mail to the person to be served at his or her actual place of business in an envelope bearing the legend “personal and confidential” and not indicating on the outside thereof, by return address or otherwise, that the communication is from an attorney or concerns an action against the person to be served, such affixing and mailing to be effected within twenty days of each other;  proof of such service shall be filed with the clerk of the court designated in the summons within twenty days of either such affixing or mailing, whichever is effected later;  service shall be complete ten days after such filing, except in matrimonial actions where service hereunder may be made pursuant to an order made in accordance with the provisions of subdivision a of section two hundred thirty-two of the domestic relations law ;

5. in such manner as the court, upon motion without notice, directs, if service is impracticable under paragraphs one, two and four of this section.

6. For purposes of this section, “actual place of business” shall include any location that the defendant, through regular solicitation or advertisement, has held out as its place of business.

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Domestic Relation Law 232

Notice of nature of matrimonial action: Proof of Service 

a. In an action to annul a marriage or for divorce or for separation, if the complaint is not personally served with the summons, the summons shall have legibly written or printed upon the face thereof: “Action to annul a marriage”, “Action to declare the nullity of a void marriage”, “Action for a divorce”, or “Action for a separation”, as the case may be, and shall specify the nature of any ancillary relief demanded. A judgment shall not be rendered in favor of the plaintiff upon the defendant’s default in appearing or pleading, unless either (1) the summons and a copy of the complaint were personally delivered to the defendant; or (2) the copy of the summons (a) personally delivered to the defendant, or (b) served on the defendant pursuant to an order directing the method of service of the summons in accordance with the provisions of section three hundred eight or three hundred fifteen of the civil practice law and rules, shall contain such notice

b. An affidavit or certificate proving service shall state affirmatively in the body thereof that the required notice was written or printed on the face of the copy of the summons delivered to the defendant and what knowledge the affiant or officer who executed the certificate had that he was the defendant named and how he acquired such knowledge. The court may require the affiant or officer who executed the affidavit or certificate to appear in court and be examined in respect thereto.

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