New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a new executive order set for June 20, and effective for 60 days, that will amend rules for commercial and residential evictions during the coronavirus pandemic.

The order is narrower than the current pandemic eviction moratorium and features a major change stating that tenants facing nonpayment charges will have to demonstrate either that they are eligible for unemployment insurance or benefits, or that they are facing financial hardship because of COVID-19.

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Lauren Klosinski

ALI Staff

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