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Housing Insecurity

NYLAG Testifies for Universal Access to Legal Services for Tenant’s Facing Eviction to be Expanded.

Communities of color are disproportionately impacted by the health and economic devastation caused by COVID-19 and could face homelessness if we do not have proper ...
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Community Education

Your Rights as a Tenant During COVID-19—FAQs Answered

On October 7th, 2020, NYLAG held a live Q&A that discussed evictions, rent strikes, rent payments, your rights as a tenant, and more. Here's the ...
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Community Education

Stalling evictions during COVID is not enough. What struggling tenants need.

NYLAG housing experts discuss the current crisis and what needs to be done to help tenants who can't afford their rent.
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Foreclosure

NYLAG Supports the “Emergency Housing Stability and Tenant Displacement Prevention Act”

Communities of color are disproportionately impacted by the health and economic devastation caused by COVID-19 and could face homelessness if we do not have proper ...
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Community Education

Options for Homeowners during COVID-19—FAQs Answered

On July 10th, 2020, NYLAG held a live Q&A discussing mortgage forbearance, repayment plans, loan modifications, and more. Here's the pre-recorded video and the FAQs ...
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Community Education

An FAQ Guide to Rental Assistance in NYC: One Shot Deals, Subsidies, and Charities

We answer your rental assistance questions on One Shot Deals, subsidies, and charities.
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Housing Insecurity

Can a Landlord Enter a Tenant’s Home if It’s Currently Empty?

Can a landlord enter a tenant's home if the tenant falls ill from COVID-19 and becomes deceased? NYLAG's Jonathan Fox answers this question in The ...
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Housing Insecurity

Opinion: Don’t Cancel Rent Without Protecting Homeowners

NYLAG's Jonathan Fox and Rose Marie Cantanno's op-ed in CityLimits on protecting homeowners and tenants in an effort to preserve housing for all.
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Landlords fear 'whole universe of people' won't pay rent April 1
Housing Insecurity

Landlords Fear ‘Whole Universe of People’ Won’t Pay Rent April 1

As April 1st—the day rent is due for most—approaches and while NY's eviction moratorium is still intact, NYLAG attorney Jonathan Fox anticipates a wave of ...
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COVID

Evictions and COVID-19 in NY: What You Should Know

Receive the latest updates on evictions, Housing Court, and more during COVID-19.
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