New York State's Eviction Moratorium
Under New York’s eviction moratorium, tenants and occupants are given the opportunity to submit a hardship declaration to their landlords, to the court or to a Sheriff, Constable or Marshal to immediately stop their eviction, their eviction case or even to prevent an eviction case from being filed against them.
Learn more about how the hardship declaration works at the New York Attorney General's website.
If I have already completed a hardship declaration and given it to my landlord, do I need to complete another one?
You do not need to complete a new hardship declaration. If you have not yet completed one, you can find the hardship declaration on the NY Courts website at this link.