COVID-19

Last week, as part of an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Trump administration put a halt on certain residential evictions through the end of the year. Lynnea Hawkins, who is not a fan...
Philadelphia court officials will announce a temporary stay on lockouts related to eviction orders Tuesday, PlanPhilly has learned. The move comes as landlord-tenant proceedings begin to ramp up at...
The national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has banned evictions and foreclosures for the rest of the year, in an order issued this week, citing evictions as a health hazard during the...
Community engagement specialist Brittani Howell spoke with Mark Fairchild, Director of Public Policy at Covering Kids & Families of Indiana; Calvin Roberson, Vice President of Planning and...
Indiana is bracing for a swarm of evictions caused by Covid-19-related job losses and reduced paychecks, despite a CDC extension of a moratorium until the end of the year. Experts estimate that 313,...
As the Circuit Court of Cook County stares down an influx of eviction, foreclosure and other debt collection cases, the local legal community is using the calm before the storm to help Chicago...
The Supreme Court of Virginia on Friday rebuffed a request from Gov. Ralph Northam to extend a temporary freeze on physically removing tenants from their homes amid the public health crisis. A new...
Despite the federal moratorium on evictions, some tenants are still worried about their futures. “For me as a father, being a provider for my family, it has been the most stressful thing I have been...
A proposed order issued this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that would temporarily prohibit landlords from evicting tenants unable to pay rent likely won’t halt all evictions...
A new state law and a federal order from the Centers for Disease Control will help protect tenants from eviction during the next few months of the COVID-19 pandemic. Between the two of them, any...

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