Marshal Renzulli and his team are here to ensure that landlords are able to enforce their rights at the earliest possible 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.
Respondent filed for bankruptcy. Marshal proceeded with execution of Warrant of Eviction after determining that bankruptcy petition was insufficient to trigger stay of eviction proceeding under the United States Code (USC).
A mere 22 calendar days elapsed from case intake to execution of Warrant of Eviction
Prior to execution of Warrant of Eviction, respondent filed several complaints with the NYC Department of Investigation (DOI). Warrant of Eviction executed expeditiously nonetheless. Post-execution, respondent filed additional complaints with DOI, made a claim against the Marshal's bond and filed a complaint with the NYC Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) against the Marshal's process server. Marshal filed successful responses to ALL complaints, including that with DCA against his process server, resulting in the rejection of all of respondent's claims.
Warrant of Eviction naming over 50 respondents obtained upon first requisition AND within four calendar days from submission.
City Marshals are supervised by the Bureau of City Marshals, New York City Department of Investigation, 80 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038.
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