How landlords get around the commercial eviction moratorium

Attorney Adam Leitman Bailey reveals what owners do when tenants fall behind on rent

New York has been under an eviction moratorium for nearly nine months — and there’s no end in sight.

For tenants struggling to keep up with rent, that’s good news. For landlords … no.

Though some commercial property owners are finding ways to boot delinquent tenants, others are working out payment plans or profit-sharing agreements with restaurants and retailers.

Residential is a different story altogether. Landlord attorney Adam Leitman Bailey explains it all in the video above.

Video produced by Brett Miller.

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