N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 22 § 202.22 - Calendars

(a) A judge to whom cases are assigned under the individual assignment system may establish such calendars of cases as the judge shall deem necessary or desirable for proper case management. These calendars may include:
(1) Preliminary conference calendar. A preliminary conference calendar is for the calendaring for conference of cases in which a note of issue and certificate of readiness have not yet been filed.
(2) Motion calendar. A motion calendar is for the hearing of motions.
(3) General calendar. A general calendar is for actions in which a note of issue and a certificate of readiness have been filed but which have not as yet been transferred to a pretrial conference calendar or a calendar containing cases that are ready for trial.
(4) Pretrial conference calendar. A pretrial conference calendar is for actions awaiting conference after the note of issue and certificate of readiness have been filed.
(5) Reserve calendar. A reserve calendar is for actions that have had a pretrial conference or where such conference was dispensed with by the court, but where the actions have not yet been transferred to a ready calendar.
(6) Ready calendar. A ready calendar is for actions in which a trial is imminent.
(7) Military calendar. A military calendar is for cases where a party to an action or a witness necessary upon the trial is in military service, and is not presently available for trial, and a deposition cannot be taken, or, if taken, would not provide adequate evidence.
(8) Continuous calendars. In any court not continuously in session, the calendars at the close of one term shall be used to open the following term and actions on the calendars shall retain their positions.
(b) Calendar progression. With due regard to the requirements of statutory preferences and of section 202.24 of this Part, when actions are advanced from one calendar to another they shall progress from the head of one calendar to the foot of the next calendar and otherwise progress in order insofar as practicable unless otherwise determined by the court.
(c) Call of calendars. Judges to whom actions and proceedings are assigned pursuant to the individual assignment system may schedule calls of any calendars they have established at such times as they deem appropriate.
(d) Readiness for trial. When an action has been announced "ready" but a trial is not immediately available, counsel may arrange with the judge to be summoned by telephone, provided they agree to hold themselves available and to appear on one hour's notice, or at such other time as the court may order, at the time assigned for trial.


N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 22 § 202.22

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