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Long Island man, 52, avoids eviction again from house he doesn’t own despite living in it for TWENTY YEARS

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The backlog in New York’s housing courts caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is a another lucky break for a Long Island man who hasn’t paid his mortgage in 23 years, and is likely to continue to live in the house for free – for the time being.

Three different owners have tried to kick Guramrit Hanspal, 52, from the East Meadow home since he was foreclosed upon by Washington Mutual in 2000, but he drowned each of the three owners in legal actions.

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