The five boroughs of New York City have the same boundaries as their respective counties, and it is home to 8.5 million people, 2.3 million of whom have a bachelor's degree or higher. Companies looking to start, grow, or relocate to the Big Apple can benefit from the investments offered by NYCEDC. But is New York City a corporation? To answer this question, let's explore the facts. In a court case involving Kerr Concrete Pipe Co., Jerome Doyle presented 102 pieces of evidence to the court. The State of Ohio's responses for the years 1955-58 covered 634 pages.
The plaintiff in this case was New York City, a municipal corporation of New York State, which was bringing the lawsuit on behalf of all people in a similar situation (rule 23, F.).The interrogations and answers were voluminous and were submitted by New York City, International Pipe and Ceramics Corp., Mathers, Chadbourne, Parke, Whiteside & Wolff, Dickstein, Shapiro, Dennis & Galligan, Sidney Goldstein, and the Attorney General of the State of New York. The cases cited by the Attorney General and the Port of New York Authority mainly concerned the denial of intervention. It is true that the Eisen I case can be distinguished from this one since New York City will prosecute the action in an individual capacity while Eisen would not have done so. This suggests that New York City is not a corporation but rather an individual entity. In conclusion, it appears that New York City is not a corporation but rather an individual entity. This is supported by evidence from court cases involving Kerr Concrete Pipe Co., as well as other cases cited by the Attorney General and Port of New York Authority.