Thursday, October 1, 2020

Edición:Moratorium

Lazora Offers its Tenants a Moratorium on their Rental Payments

The company has advised the Government that it is in the process of discussing this matter, and it taking the initiative to establish a moratorium for the rental payments of those families in situations of vulnerability caused by the coronavirus.
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