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Appellate Decisions NY lists and provides access to the latest decisions of the Court of Appeals and the Appellate Division, within hours of their release. Source: New York State Law Reporting Bureau One Commerce Plaza, Suite 1750, Albany NY 12210

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Mayoral Executive Orders are authorized by New York City Charter section 8(f) f. Except as otherwise provided in section eleven, the mayor may, by executive order, at any time, create or abolish bureaus, divisions or positions within the executive office of the mayor as he or she may deem necessary to fulfill mayoral duties. The mayor may from time to time by executive order, delegate to or withdraw from any member of said office, specified functions, powers and duties, except the mayor's power to act on local laws or resolutions of the council, to act as a magistrate or to appoint or remove officials. Every such order shall be filed with the city clerk who shall forward them forthwith to the City Record for publication.

Look for eServices Now Available then Click Online Decisions. The database of trial court decisions, now over 146,000 decisions dating back to 2001, compiled by the Division of Technology of the NYS Office of Court Administration. Coverage is particularly strong for judicial decisions of the courts in Nassau and Suffolk counties.

New York State Law Reporting Bureau Judicial Decisions
The NYS Law Reporting Bureau is the official reporter of New York court decisions. All the judicial decisions of the Court of Appeals and the Appellate Divisions of State Supreme Court. Free access is provided to slip opinions of those courts generally archived for sixty days. Decisions with an official reports citation are linked to Westlaw, access to which requires a paid subscription with West Group. In 2003 the Bureau began posting opinions selected for on-line publication only. Of special note, among on-line decisions are those of the Appellate Term. 

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