Civil Practice Law & Rules 3125
CPLR 3125: Place where motion to compel disclosure made
Place where motion to compel disclosure made
Unless otherwise provided by rule of the chief administrator of the courts, the county in which a deposition is being taken or an examination or inspection is being sought may be treated by the moving party as the county in which the action is pending for purposes of section 3124.
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