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CDC EVICTION MORATORIUM EXTENSION

Please be advised that The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has extended its federal moratorium on evictions for non-payment of rent from March 30, 2021 until June 30, 2021. This is the third time the CDC has extended the federal moratorium on evictions.

 

The extension of the CDC eviction moratorium does not affect the COVID-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2020 (“CEEPFA”), which stays non-payment and non-nuisance holdover proceedings through May 1, 2021, upon the filing of a Hardship Declaration. 

 

However unlike with CEEPFA, the landlord is not obligated to provide the tenant with a copy of the form.  Please note that there are serious financial penalties if you proceed against someone who has filed a CDC Declaration, so please notify this office immediately upon receipt of a CDC Declaration.

 

     Rosenblum & Bianco, LLP provides its clients with superior legal representation in both Landlord-Tenant litigation and related Real Estate matters. With over 25 years of experience, the partners of Rosenblum & Bianco, LLP understand the complex and ever-changing issues involved in Landlord-Tenant law and take a pragmatic approach to the resolution of complex litigation.  

     Our firm prepares and monitors cases from beginning to end using our own proprietary software.  This system enables us to track the stages of litigation in a timely manner from the predicate notice through to the eviction.  Our firm works closely with City Marshals in all five boroughs as well as upstate New York in order to expedite evictions. Our process servers serve legal documents throughout New York City as well as Nassau, Suffolk and Westchester counties.

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Phone: (516)-255-1800

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