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Monday, July 20, 2020

With a few exceptions, renters in Florida still have some protections against eviction. But there are fears that the state's landlords may move quickly to evict in-arrears tenants once those...
Houston-area housing advocates are expecting a new surge in eviction notices beginning July 25 when some federal protections expire, allowing landlords to resume evictions at federally subsidized...
With major media outlets like the New York Times reporting an upcoming “avalanche” of evictions to plague the country in the coming weeks and months, Legal Aid has been gearing up for the same here...
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey's new executive order extends the delay for rental eviction enforcement. The new deadline extends protections to August 22, unless renters take steps to meet new...
Detroit residents facing evictions in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic can now sign up to get free legal defense and rental assistance. With Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s moratorium on evictions...
Long Beach City Council looks to modify the city’s eviction moratorium for those impacted by COVID-19 set to expire July 31, in anticipation that the county’s ordinance may not provide the same...
Thousands of eviction cases in metro Atlanta will remain on hold as officials in the region’s largest counties ruled this week to suspend in-person eviction hearings for at least another month. In a...
In Tulsa County, evictions can be fast, confusing, and devastating. "You can have your tenant evicted out of their unit within 12 days. It's really scary for people who aren't legally trained and who...
Since the Virginia Supreme Court lifted the moratorium on evictions last month, 7,315 cases have been heard, according to information provided by Virginia Court Data. This private group makes case...
The Atlanta Legal Aid Society kicked off its annual campaign Thursday at a time when the need for legal aid is spiking because of the COVID-19 crisis. The group has received a fivefold increase in...