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A00648 Summary:

SPONSORRosenthal L
COSPNSRWeprin, Abinanti, Glick, Simon, Paulin, Niou, Hevesi, Cruz, Epstein, Woerner, Bichotte Hermelyn, Fernandez, Bronson, Taylor, Quart, Seawright, Hunter, Steck, Frontus, Gunther, Perry, Barron, Gonzalez-Rojas, Gallagher, Mamdani, Clark, Anderson, Septimo, Burdick, Dickens, Rivera JD, Sillitti, Darling, Dinowitz, Fahy, Mitaynes, Ramos, Reyes, Solages, Lupardo, Kelles, Forrest, Kim, Gottfried, Galef, Barrett, Burgos, Stirpe, Wallace, Walker, Jackson, Jacobson, McDonough, Buttenschon, McDonald, Aubry, Davila, Benedetto, Gibbs, Giglio JA, De Los Santos, DeStefano, Gandolfo, Brabenec, Mikulin, Cunningham, Smith, Carroll, Rajkumar, Pretlow, Rozic, Meeks, Tapia, Braunstein, Cook, Nolan, Lunsford
MLTSPNSREnglebright, Griffin
Add §214-j, amd R3403, CPLR; add §219-e, Judy L
Relates to the statute of limitations for civil actions related to certain sexual offenses committed against a person eighteen years of age or older, revives such actions otherwise barred by the existing statute of limitations and grants trial preference to such actions; directs the chief administrator of the courts to promulgate rules for the timely adjudication of certain revived actions.
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