Civil Practice Law & Rules 5702
CPLR 5702: Appeals to appellate divison from other courts of original instance
Appeals to appellate division from other courts of original instance
An appeal may be taken to the appellate division from any judgment or order of a court of original instance other than the supreme court or a county court in accordance with the statute governing practice in such court.
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