Eviction Moratorium Extension Passes New York State Senate, Assembly

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ALBANY – A bill that would extend New York’s moratorium on evictions is headed to the Governor’s desk.

The State Senate and Assembly passed legislation that extends the COVID-19 Emergency Eviction Moratorium on Monday night.










The bill protects tenants and small business owners from being evicted under certain circumstances.

If signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo, the extension would run through August 31.





 



















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  1. My daughter has a problem with her landlord she hasn’t paid rent since the covid 19 started the landlord wants to take my daughter to court and that’s fine my daughter is willing wants to go to court now the landlord shut her electricity which my daughter has copd and uses a machine for asthma what can she do

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