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New York Preliminary Injunction
New York Preliminary Injunction
A reply in support of a motion for preliminary injunction asks the court to grant the injunction as requested by the moving party. Reply papers will seek to refute the factual and/or legal arguments made in the opposition papers. They may also seek to strengthen the moving party's position with new arguments, although some jurisdictions request that reply papers be limited to refuting arguments made by the opposing party. SmartRules New York simplifies the rules for complying with codes, rules of court, civil procedure and local court rules, in a single search. SmartRules covers pleadings, timing, format, motion practice, subpoenas, filing and service.
A reply in support of a motion for preliminary injunction asks the court to grant the injunction as requested by the moving party. Reply papers will ... expand
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