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Residential Evictions
On September 2, 2021, New York extended the residential eviction moratorium.  See Part C, Subpart A, of the Governor's Program Bill 1 of 2021, S.50001, A.40001.  DOI's September 3, 2021, advisement to City Marshals is available here.  New York State Court Administrative Order 261-21, dated September 8, 2021, implements provisions of the legislation relating to residential and commercial evictions.  See AO 261-21.  

Report Corruption by Phone and Online
Due to social distancing guidelines set by the City, DOI is not meeting with complainants in person. However, we still want to hear from you and are available by phone (212) 825-5959, where someone will take your complaint. If a staff member is not available by phone, we ask that you leave a detailed message and DOI will return your call. You can also submit a complaint online by clicking this link.

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