Civil Practice Law & Rules 5516
CPLR 5516: Motion for permission to appeal
Motion for permission to appeal
A motion for permission to appeal shall be noticed to be heard at a motion day at least eight days and not more than fifteen days after notice of the motion is served, unless there is no motion day during that period, in which case at the first motion day thereafter.
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