2020 23.09

Commercial tenants can't be evicted in New York City until Sept. 4 at the earliest, according to court guidance issued Thursday, but attorneys say evictions stemming from the financial fallout of the coronavirus pandemic will likely be delayed much longer. That's because Thursday's directive from Administrative Judge Anthony Cannataro also said that commercial eviction cases filed in civil court after March 17 "have been, and shall continue to be, stayed."

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