12.22.2020 // COVID-19, NEWS, Publications
Landlords face court ‘backlog’ for commercial evictions, attorney says. Here’s why that matters. Published in the Orlando Business Journal
In an article published on December 21, 2020, Phillip Joseph discusses the short-and long-term impacts of retail evictions due to the pandemic. “Ultimately, it’s unclear if the moves aggressive landlords are making will be in their long-term favor,” said Phillip. “Of course, it’s likely landlords that are pursuing legal action against tenants will regain possession of the leased premises and obtain a money judgment. However, the win may come at a cost.”
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