NYCRR Digital Archive

About the NYCRR Digital Archive

The NYCRR Digital Archive provides free access to the superseded pages (“takeouts”) of the New York Codes, Rules and Regulations for the years 1945-2001 in pdf format. In order to use the NYCRR Digital Archive you must agree to the terms of use.

New York State Secretary of State - Copyright Statement and Terms of Use:

Copyright of Historical Notes is held by the New York State Secretary of State. Information in the Historical Notes is provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind, express or implied, and all such warranties are hereby disclaimed.

Collaborators - Terms of Use:

User is defined as a person that accesses or searches the NYCRR Digital Archive.

Collaborator(s) is defined under the "Collaborators" heading below.

The NYCRR Digital Archive is provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind, express or implied, and all such warranties are hereby disclaimed. The Appellate Division 4th Dep't Library, the Charles B. Sears Law Library, the University at Buffalo School of Law, the Supreme Court Law Library, the University at Buffalo Libraries, their parent institutions, and the Collaborators defined below, shall not be liable for any loss, injury, claim, liability, or damage resulting from the use of the NYCRR Digital Archive, from the unavailability of the NYCRR Digital Archive, from the interruption of service, for the unintentional omission of takeouts, or for any legal issues arising out of or in connection with User’s use of NYCRR Digital Archive and the resources contained herein.

Use of NYCRR Digital Archive means you agree to the New York State Secretary of State - Copyright Statement and Terms of Use and to the Collaborators - Terms of Use.

It is recommended that the NYCRR Digital Archive be searched only after reading the User Guide and/or consulting with a legal reference librarian. We also provide a brief history of the NYCRR.

To access the NYCRR Digital Archive, please agree to the Copyright Statement and both Terms of Use:

Collaborators:

Beth Adelman, eadelman@buffalo.edu
Charles B. Sears Law Library, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY

Andrew Kloc, akloc@nycourts.gov; Betsy Vipperman; David Voisinet (retired)
Appellate Division 4th Dept. Law Library, Rochester, NY

Jeannine Lee (retired)
Supreme Court Law Library, Buffalo, NY

Acknowledgements:

The collaborators wish to thank Michael Morrissey and Saadia Iqbal for their detailed quality control work and support throughout this project; Greg Fair for his time and expertise updating file names; Nancy Babb for creating the NYCRR Digital Archive website; Theo Belniak, Nina Cascio, Christina Crimi, Brian Detweiler, Melissa Lamb, Joan White, and Marcia Zubrow for their willingness to participate in the beta testing of this database; Katie Loveless and Angela Patti for their support and encouragement; D4 LLC and InfoPreserve for providing excellent scanning and hosting services; the New York State Secretary of State for granting permission to carry out this project; and the Appellate Division 4th Dept., the Charles B. Sears Law Library at University at Buffalo School of Law, the University at Buffalo Libraries, and the Supreme Court Law Library (Buffalo, NY) for providing financial support for this project.