New York Extends Its Eviction Moratorium

New York legislators voted Wednesday on extending an eviction moratorium for renters who are behind on rent because of the pandemic, as approximately $2.3 billion in rent relief funds go unused. The moratorium was also revised after the Supreme Court last month struck down part of the law. Governor Kathy Hochul called the Legislature toContinue reading “New York Extends Its Eviction Moratorium”

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Night Shelters

The council has a legal responsibility to house you in some kind of accommodation if you convince them that you’re genuinely homeless. You may then inquire, well why are there so many people of no fixed address on the streets? Nearly all people that are out on the streets don’t have any ID to showContinue reading “Night Shelters”

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No Room at the Inn

It is completely shameful that a family should be put into bed and breakfast, but to be put into just one room with four children is no more than infestation and, could also source communicable diseases such as lice and scabies, which then makes it a health matter.  District councils have a specific legal responsibilityContinue reading “No Room at the Inn”

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