Please be advised that the below information is intended to advise petitioners seeking enforcement by the Marshal in landlord/tenant matters of the legal prerequisites that must be satisfied in order for the Marshal to proceed with requisition and/or enforcement of Warrants of Eviction.
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The New York State Legislature recently enacted a new statute affecting ALL residential AND commercial eviction practice that is in effect through January 15, 2022.
Pursuant to guidance from the Chief Administrative Judge of the New York State Unified Court System and from the New York City Department of Investigation, the following applies to ALL pending and newly filed Landlord-Tenant proceedings, whether they be based upon non-payment of rent or holdover status:
Any party seeking enforcement of a Judgment of Possession by the Marshal MUST obtain an Order that is specifically compliant with the aforementioned statute from the Civil Court after the submission of an additional or converted motion. The Order for which enforcement by the Marshal is sought MUST authorize the the Marshal to: 1) requisition a legally compliant Warrant of Eviction; 2) serve Notice(s) of Eviction; and 3) execute the Warrant of Eviction.
Please be advised that our Office, using the New York State Court Electronic Filing system ("NYSCEF"), has begun to electronically requisition Warrants of Eviction in cases that have been initiated as - or converted to - E-Filing.
We encourage all of our clients to initiate new matters via E-file and to convert any pre-existing matters to E-file. Requisitions for Warrants of Eviction via E-file result in issuance of those Warrants far more quickly than would be the case with traditional hard-copy submission of the Warrant requisitions.
However, in those cases that have been permitted by the Courts to proceed as exempt from the E-Filing requirement, our Office does have the capability to submit requisitions for Warrants of Eviction to the Court in hard copy form.
Marshal Renzulli and his team are here to ensure that landlords are able to enforce their rights at the earliest legal date. To that end, we track the length of time that it takes us to obtain your Warrants of Eviction from the Courts. Click below to see the results of our analysis.
Marshal Renzulli's Office is proud of their demonstrated ability to assist pro se landlords - those who represent themselves in Court - in navigating the complicated process of obtaining their Warrants of Eviction and complying with all statutory and Court-ordered prerequisites to enforcement of those Warrants of Eviction. Marshal Renzulli and his team understand that many small landlords are unable to expend their limited resources on legal fees. We assist those landlords by patiently explaining to them the post-Judgment-of-Possession process and also by ensuring that they do not inadvertently abrogate the rights of their tenants by proceeding contrary to statute or Court Order.
Attorneys and law firms who contact Marshal Renzulli's Office will be pleased to encounter a deeply knowledgeable team of enthusiastic professionals who are capable of engaging with such clients in analyzing the most difficult and complex of matters. Whether presented with unusual or with run-of-the-mill cases, our team handles each with the utmost care and diligence.
Marshal Renzulli and his Office have extensive experience in executing Orders for the Seizure of Chattels (formerly known as Orders of Replevin). We are pleased to assist litigants in enforcing their right to recover their property.
Marshal Renzulli and his Office will be pleased to discuss the various options for litigants seeking to enforce Money Judgments issued in their favor There are at least eight separate avenues of enforcement that Judgment Creditors may utilize, depending on the specific facts of their case. All such litigants are welcome to call Marshal Renzulli's Office.
Marshal Renzulli is not a primary - or 'Program' - Marshal for the Parking Violations Bureau ("PVB"). Marshal Renzulli does execute PVB Judgments as an Associate to various Program Marshals. Inquiries regarding the disposition of any vehicle to which Marshal Renzulli has affixed a boot should be directed to the Offices of those Program Marshals.
Please be advised that we are closed on New York State Court Holidays
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City Marshals are supervised by the Bureau of City Marshals, New York City Department of Investigation, 180 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038.
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