I am trying to file a Request for Judicial Intervention against the city and I already serve them papers of my intent so now the county clerk say I need a Affidavit of service.
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Try the Unified Court System Website.
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Here's a link to a sample -- http://www.nycourts.gov/courts/6jd/tompkins/ithaca/affidavitofservice.pdf
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You will likely have to have the papers served again. Since it appears that you are a party in this case, the CPLR does not allow you, personally, to serve such papers on an adverse party. You will need a nonparty over the age of 18 the serve the city and to complete the affidavit of service.
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