A Long Island man who hasn’t paid his mortgage in 23 years doesn’t qualify for pandemic housing protections because he’s been staying in the home illegally, a judge has ruled.
Guramrit Hanspal, 52, bought the three-bedroom, 2.5-bath home in 1998 for $290,000, making a single mortgage payment before the house was foreclosed upon in 2000.
But Hanspal stayed put, filing for multiple bankruptcies and lawsuits in various courts in a never-ending — and so far quite successful — bid to stave off eviction.
h/t ST. FLOYD OF FENTANYL
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