Fail to attach the pleadings to the summary Judgment motion?

Judge Schack in Kings Supreme Court reminds the bar that such an omission warrants dismissal of the motion. An attempt to cure the deficiency by annexing a copy to your reply papers is insufficient. CPLR 3212(b) is too clear to ignore. Judge Schack did, however, grant the plaintiff-movant leave to renew upon proper submission of the pleadings.

(Cassanova v. Nacco Materials, NYLJ, August 24, 2009, at 21, col 1)

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