New York’s statutes of limitations have been paused through an executive order from Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a move that reflects the slowing down of legal operations in a state now at the epicenter of the nation’s coronavirus crisis. 

The governor on Friday signed an executive order suspending “any specific time limit” on the start or filing of any legal action notice, motion or “other process or proceeding.”

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