A group of New York City legal services providers are urging the Office of Court Administration to implement further measures to protect low- and moderate-income homeowners of color in foreclosure actions, as court operations resume following pandemic-related shutdowns.

In a June 24 letter to Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks, Legal Services NYC and 12 other legal-advocate organizations said they expected a surge of foreclosure actions as moratoriums and forbearance agreements meant to protect defendants are set to expire in the coming months.

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