COVID-19

The Texas Supreme Court halted that state's eviction proceedings on March 19, a move hailed by Republican Gov. Greg Abbott as a "lifeline to many Texans who are beginning to feel the economic impact...
Property managers are on the other side of eviction hearings. Lisa is a manager for an apartment complex in Finneytown, who said her community had been hit hard by the pandemic, but business still...
On Tuesday in Long Beach, the City Council will consider putting them on a repayment plan with incremental deadlines before the full bill comes due in a year. The proposal has set up a fight between...
Here in New Mexico, as across the nation, the economic effects of COVID-19 are making a significant impact on the people of our state, and the results could be particularly damaging for vulnerable...
Many people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic need legal help—particularly in navigating unemployment benefits—and Albany Law students are rising to the occasion through the newly formed COVID...
Despite efforts by many jurisdictions to halt evictions either through formal moratoriums or court closures, some landlords have taken matters into their own hands with illegal "self-help" evictions...
The Cleveland Housing Court on Monday will resume eviction hearings and start accepting new cases for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic forced it to shut down. Since then, the economic...
Civil legal problems, such as evictions, orders for protection, debt collection, unemployment, and public benefits issues, have spiked in the wake of COVID-19, according to those in the legal...
The Community Legal Aid board of trustees has passed a resolution turning the nonprofit’s focus to five areas for the remainder of the year. The five focus areas are preventing evictions, removing...
The COVID-19 outbreak has shaken Washington State, exposing and widening gaps between people with resources and those without, and challenges in gaining protections that federal and state governments...

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