An “Affirmation of Engagement" must comply with the section 22 NYCRR 125.1(e)(1) (for educational purpose only ...not to be used in litigation), Defendant, Law, Lawyer, Legal advice, Legal instrument, New York, New York State, New York State Legislature Website, Zachary Irtaza Riyaz
An “Affirmation of Engagement” must comply with the section 22 NYCRR 125.1(e)(1) (for educational purpose only …not to be used in litigation)
An “Affirmation of Engagement” must comply with the section 22 NYCRR 125.1(e)(1), as follows: It must indicate general nature of the action in which counsel is allegedly engaged, and include probable date and time of the conclusion of the engagement. Moreover, the affirmation must be filed with the Supreme Court together with proof of service on all parties (see 22 NYCRR 125.1[e]; Matter of Sutton v Mitrany, 30 AD3d 678, 679).
ATTORNEY ADVERTISING: Information herein and is not intended to be, legal advice. This sample legal document is provided as part of a free educational service by Zachary Irtaza Riyaz, Esq., attorney at law in the State of New York (Westhampton – Tel. 516-234-0348), for reference only. Statutes and codes such as Domestic Relations Law (DRL)are frequently amended and may affect the validity of the above legal document and no representation is made that the above sample is going to be enforceable in the future. Updated statutes and codes may be available at the New York State Legislature Website. No statute or sample legal document should be relied on without understanding controlling case law which may further interpret it. AN ATTORNEY SHOULD BE CONSULTED FOR LEGAL ADVICE.