New York’s Office of Court Administration effectively extended New York eviction bans, set to expire on June 20, through September.
Now, however, they say that they will not continue to extend the holds on evictions.
Despite the Court calling on the other two branches of government to take on leadership roles over the issue of evictions, KMWB partner Nativ Winiarsky told Law360:
“Court administration should never have been involved in policy making, and I think it sets a precarious precedent that weakens what is supposed to be a very firm separation of powers between the legislative and judicial branches.”
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