CPLR Article 40 Concept Review *Matching/Quick Questions - 11 total Questions.

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CPLR 40. Generally, the court may appoint a _______ to determine an issue, perform an act, or inquire and report in any case.

CPLR 40. Who determines the sequence in which issues shall be tried?

CPLR 40. Generally, who furnishes the marked pleadings?

CPLR 40. Generally, a motion for trial by a referee or an advisory jury shall be made within ______ days after note of issue is filed.

CPLR 4001. Generally, the court may appoint a _______ to determine an issue, perform an act, or inquire and report.

CPLR 4012. Marked pleadings must be plainly marked to indicate which statements are ________ and which are ___________ by the responsive pleading.

CPLR 4016. Closing statements are made in ______ ________ to opening statements.

CPLR 4012. Marked pleadings shall be furnished to the judge by the party who ______ ______ ___ _________.

CPLR 4015. A motion for a trial by referee or an advisory jury shall be made within _____ days after the note of issue is filed.

CPLR 4017. T/F? Formal (written) exceptions to rulings of the court are not necessary.

CPLR 4018. T/F? Where increased damages are granted by statute, the decision, report or verdict shall specify the sum awarded as single damages, and judgement shall by entered for the increased amount.

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referee

filed the note of issue.

20 days

party who filed the note of issue

inverse order

True. At the time a ruling of the court is requested or made, a party shall make know the action which he requests the court to take, and his objection to the action of the court.

20 days

referee

admitted..........controverted

(the) court * (court means the judge)

True.