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EXTREME RISK PROTECTION ORDER (ERPO)

An Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) is a court order issued when a person may be dangerous to themselves or others.  An ERPO prohibits a person from purchasing or possessing or attempting to purchase or possess guns and requires the person to surrender any guns they already own or possess.  An ERPO can also direct the police to search a person, premises or a vehicle for guns and remove them.  An ERPO case may be started by a district attorney, a police officer, a school official, or a member of the person’s family or household.  It is a civil case.  ERPO cases have no criminal charges or penalties.  For step-by-step filing instructions on how to file an ERPO case, visit the ERPO webpage at: https://ww2.nycourts.gov/erpo

Extreme Risk Protection Order Application Forms:

Instructions

Fillable PDF

Plain PDF

Request for Judicial Intervention (UCS-840)

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fillable PDF

Plain PDF

Temporary Extreme Risk Protection Order (UCS-6341)

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fillable PDF

Plain PDF

Waive Extreme Risk Protection Order Filing Fees (UCS-6341W)

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fillable PDF

Plain PDF

Amend or Vacate Extreme Risk Protection Order (UCS-6343V)

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fillable PDF

Plain PDF

Renewal of Extreme Risk Protection Order (UCS-6345A)

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fillable PDF

Plain PDF

Return Weapons to Lawful Owner UCS-6343A

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fillable PDF

Plain PDF

Return Weapons to Respondent UCS-6346A

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Plain PDF

 

MISCELLANEOUS PDF
Foreclosure Action Surplus Monies Form [Learn More] PDF
Statement of Net Worth for Divorce Cases [Learn More] PDF

 

REDACTION OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION FORM

22 NYCRR 202.5(e)) requires attorneys to omit or redact certain confidential personal information from court filings in Supreme and County Court. This rule became mandatory on March 1, 2015.  The rule covers both e-filed and paper-filed cases. Please refer to the NYSCEF site for information for e-filed cases. Matrimonial actions, proceedings in Surrogate’s Court or proceedings pursuant to Article 81 of the Mental Hygiene Law are excepted from Rule 202.5(e). 

The Unified Court System recommends a new form “Redaction Cover Page” included here for use by persons filing paper-filed court papers regarding confidential personal information subject to the rule. 

Redaction Form (202.5(e)): Fillable or Plain PDF
Additional Resources: Admin. Order (AO/198/14) | Training Video (43 minutes)

 

RJI (REQUEST FOR JUDICIAL INTERVENTION) FORMS

The Unified Court System has promulgated a Request for Judicial Intervention form and addenda (4 forms), for use in civil practice in the Supreme and County Courts. Additionally, there is an Uncontested Matrimonial RJI (UD-13), which is an abbreviated version of the form used exclusively in uncontested divorce matters. [Learn More]

Main Form (UCS-840): Fillable or Plain PDF
General Addendum (UCS-840A) (when additional space for information is required): Fillable or Plain PDF
Commercial Division Addendum (UCS-840C): Fillable or Plain PDF
Foreclosure Addendum (UCS-840F): Fillable or Plain PDF
Matrimonial Addendum (UCS-840M): Fillable or Plain PDF
Uncontested Matrimonial RJI (UD-13): Fillable or Plain PDF
Additional Resources: Explanation of Revisions, Plain PDF