A directive issued by the civil court on Thursday states that commercial eviction warrants can be executed starting Sept. 4, if the case commenced before March 17. Certain motions, trials, and conferences can also proceed, according to The Real Deal.
- Worth Noting: Commercial eviction cases started after that will be temporarily delayed because Governor Cuomo signed an executive order Thursday that extends the moratorium on Covid-19-related commercial evictions and foreclosures until Sept. 20.
- Be Smart: Under the court’s directive, landlords no longer need to file affidavits proving a tenant isn’t facing financial hardship due to the pandemic as part of new commercial eviction filings. [TRD]