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On Tuesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ordered a national eviction moratorium , halting evictions for many renters effective September 4 and extending through the end of 2020...
Sonja Lee lives at The Steeples apartment complex near Kirkwood and Westheimer. She says that around 2 p.m. on Monday, a notice to vacate was found folded and taped to her door. The letter goes on to...
Houston eviction attorney Dana Karni’s phone is ringing more this month as some of her clients are having to decide between paying rent or making a car payment. “For many of them, their car will be...
The Houston Bar Association, Houston Volunteer Lawyers, Houston Lawyer Referral Service, Dispute Resolution Center, Lone Star Legal Aid, South Texas College of Law Houston, Thurgood Marshall School...
A federal eviction moratorium expired last week, and housing attorneys are concerned about a potential surge in evictions across Texas during the COVID-19 pandemic. Evictions are already resuming in...
Millions of Americans are facing eviction after a federal protection granted by the CARES Act expired on July 24. One part of the bill included an 'eviction moratorium,' which protected tenants, who...
When the CARES Act was signed into law on March 27, tenants living in federally-backed properties across the U.S. were promised protection from eviction for 120 days. In San Antonio, city officials...
Under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, tenants living in properties with federally backed mortgages were protected from eviction for 120 days after the date the law was enacted...
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which kept many families afloat with supplemental unemployment insurance benefits and suspended evictions in federally supported...
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...

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