The New York City Housing Authority Extends Housing Court and Eviction Moratorium...

The New York City Housing Authority Extends Housing Court and Eviction Moratorium to February

New York, NY – December 3, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — “The New York City Housing Authority has announced an extension of its moratorium on housing court actions and evictions by one more month for residents living in developments affected by Hurricane Sandy. The moratorium effective, November 15, 2012, will now extend through February 1, 2013. NYCHA management will not start any new housing court actions or perform evictions for residents in affected developments for non-payment; there will be no new 30-day notices to vacate; no new 10-day notices to quit; and existing eviction cases may continue, but adjournments may be granted liberally.”

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