§ 2:240. Form: Affirmation of plaintiff's physician in support of motion to remove action from civil court to supreme court and to allow service of amended summons and complaint nunc pro tunc—Severity of plaintiff's injuries unknown at time personal injury action commenced | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 2:240. Form: Affirmation of plaintiff's physician in support of motion to remove action from civil court to supreme court and to allow service of amended summons and complaint nunc pro tunc—Severity of plaintiff's injuries unknown at time personal injury action commenced | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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§ 2:240. Form: Affirmation of plaintiff's physician in support of motion to remove action from civil court to supreme court and to allow service of amended summons and complaint nunc pro tunc—Severity of plaintiff's injuries unknown at time personal injury action commenced
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