Jeff Feigelson has been an attorney for over 30 years. He’s represented tenants and landlords. Since the start of the pandemic he has been representing tenants in their cases involving eviction. Why? He says that most tenants were without representation in court. “It’s an important time period for tenants,” he said. “There are laws protecting them, and since the pandemic started I’ve ended up doing a lot more of that work in the last year.”
Jeff sat down with FingerLakes1.com for an exclusive conversation about the rights tenants have right now as an eviction moratorium remains in place. However, the state government isn’t the only entity laying out rules for renters. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has, too. But what does that mean? What does the law mean for New Yorkers who are renting and struggling?
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