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New York State Supreme Court of Judicature (Geneva) Stipulations

Held by the New York State Archives


Overview of the Records

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New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
The small number of documents in this series relate to a judgment by a town of Romulus justice of the peace in Seneca County. The judgment was removed to the Seneca County Court of Common Pleas by a writ of certiorari, and thence submitted without writ of error to the Supreme Court by stipulation of the attorneys. The documents are the return to writ of certiorari, with stipulation, plaintiff's brief, and a letter to the clerk of the Supreme Court at Utica.
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1 cubic foot
Inclusive Dates:
1844
Series Number:
J0005

Scope and Content Note

The few documents of this series relate to a judgment by a town of Romulus justice of the peace in Seneca County. The judgment was removed to the Seneca County Court of Common Pleas by a writ of certiorari, and thence submitted without writ of error to the Supreme Court by stipulation of the attorneys. The documents are the return to writ of certiorari, with stipulation, plaintiff's brief, and a letter to the clerk of the Supreme Court at Utica (There are multiple copies of most documents). The location of remaining "stipulations," inventoried by the W.P.A. Historical Records Survey (item # 5), dating from 1829 to 1847, is unknown.

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There are no restrictions regarding access to or use of this material.

Custodial History

The Court of Appeals placed these records on deposit at the Historical Documents Collection, Queens College, from 1973-1982.

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