We have previously held that "[o]ur courts are bound to try an action for a foreign tort when either the plaintiff or the defendant is a resident of this State" and that it is only when such an action is brought by one nonresident against another that "our courts may refuse to take cognizance of the controversy" on the ground of forum non conveniens. (de la Bouillerie v. de Vienne...
SILVER v. GREAT AMER. INS. CO.
29 N.Y.2d 356 (1972)
Maurice L. Silver, Respondent, v. Great American Insurance Company, Appellant.
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Argued November 22, 1971.
Decided January 6, 1972.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Judges BURKE, SCILEPPI, BERGAN, BREITEL, JASEN and GIBSON concur.
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