Tuesday, April 07, 2020

Penalties for Violating Executive Orders on Coronavirus Expanded AGAIN

By Executive Order 202.14, Governor Cuomo enacted new penalties for violating Coronavirus Executive Orders, in addition to what we discussed in our blogs - Penalties for Keeping Your Real Estate Opened in Coronavirus Expanded and What Happens When You Ignore the Essential Services Executive Order

The new penalty order states as follows:
The enforcement of any violation of the foregoing directives on and after April 7, 2020, in addition to any other enforcement mechanism stated in any prior executive orders, shall be a violation punishable as a violation of public health law section 12-b(2) and the Commissioner of Health is directed and authorized to issue emergency regulations. The fine for such violation by an individual who is participating in any gathering which violates the terms of the orders or is failing to abide by social distancing restrictions in effect in any place which is not their home shall not exceed $1,000.
You've been warned. 


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