Can I sue the State of New York?If you want to sue the State of New York (as well as certain state-related entities) for damages, the lawsuit must be brought in the New York State Court of Claims, with certain exceptions noted below. The court does not have jurisdiction over individuals, even if they are employed by the State.What is New York Court of claims?
The New York State Court of Claims is the court of the New York State Unified Court System which handles all claims against the State of New York and certain state agencies. Contents. Judges. Judges of the Court of Claims are appointed by the Governor of New York and confirmed by the State Senate for a 9-year term.What are the laws in New York State?
Law of New York (state) The law of New York consists of several levels, including constitutional, statutory, regulatory and case law, and also includes local laws, ordinances, and regulations. The Consolidated Laws form the general statutory law.What is the New York state court system?
The Judiciary of New York (officially the New York State Unified Court System) is the judicial branch of the Government of New York, comprising all the courts of the State of New York (excluding extrajudicial administrative courts.) The Court of Appeals, sitting in Albany and consisting of seven judges, is the state's highest court.