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COVID-19 Commercial Eviction & Foreclosure Proceedings


 

1/20/2022- Moratorium on Evictions Ends January 15, 2022

Effective January 15, 2022, Hardship Declarations previously submitted to the courts will no longer automatically stay eviction proceedings and no new Hardship Declarations may be filed.

  1. Previously filed “Hardship Declarations” that have not been deemed invalid by any court may still be used as evidence of a COVID-19 related financial hardship by tenant-respondents in residential eviction matters and defendant-mortgagors in residential foreclosure actions.

 

Important Information:

  1. Memo & AO/35/22 - January 2022 (addressing commercial forclosures)
  2. Memo & AO/34/22 - January 2022 (addressing commercial evictions)
  3. Administrative Order AO/262/21 (addressing commercial foreclosures)
  4. Administrative Order AO/261/21 (addressing commercial evictions)
  5. Ch. 417, L. 2021, Related to Commercial Evictions and Foreclosures  
  6. Memorandum of Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks, dated September 8, 2020 (addressing commercial evictions)
  7. Memorandum of Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks, dated September 8, 2020 (addressing commercial foreclosures)  
  8. COVID-19 Emergency Protect our Small Businesses Act of 2021 Amendment
  9. Ch.104, L.2021, The COVID-19 Emergency Residential and Commercial Evictions Extension
  10. The COVID-19 Emergency Protect Our Small Businesses Act of 2021
  11. Administrative Order AO/161 /21 (addressing evictions)
  12. Administrative Order AO/159 /21 (addressing foreclosures)
  13. Memorandum of Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks (addressing commercial eviction proceedings), dated May 24, 2021
  14. Memorandum of Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks, dated May 24, 2021 (addressing foreclosure proceedings)

 

 

 

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