If you have a deadline to file a new claim with the Court, you should be aware that New York State has issued an order suspending the statute of limitations. Initially, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an Executive Order that suspended statute of limitations through May 7, 2020. That deadline was extended until June 6, 2020. Now, Governor Cuomo has extended the suspension of the statute of limitations again through July 6, 2020. The suspension means that those who have a deadline to file a new claim with the Court, now have an extension of time until July 6, 2020. However, not all types of matters may take advantage of the suspension. That is why it is important to contact an attorney to get specific advice about your case.
New York Continues To Extend Deadline To File New Cases
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