N.Y. Civil Practice Law & Rules Section 6213
Service of summons

An order of attachment granted before service is made on the defendant against whom the attachment is granted is valid only if, within sixty days after the order is granted, a summons is served upon the defendant or first publication of the summons against the defendant is made pursuant to an order and publication is subsequently completed, except that a person upon whom the order of attachment is served shall not be liable for acting upon it as if it were valid without knowledge of the invalidity. If the defendant dies within sixty days after the order is granted and before the summons is served upon him or publication is completed, the order is valid only if the summons is served upon his executor or administrator within sixty days after letters are issued. Upon such terms as may be just and upon good cause shown the court may extend the time, not exceeding sixty days, within which the summons must be served or publication commenced pursuant to this section, provided that the application for extension is made before the expiration of the time fixed.

Source: Section 6213 — Service of summons, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/CVP/6213 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

Jun. 15, 2024

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