UPDATE: What is the CDC Evictions Ban?

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Because the CARES Act eviction delay expired July 25, the CDC issued an eviction ban through December 31, 2020.

A few critical things to note:

  • This doesn’t mean all of your rent payments disappeared. They will ALL be due January 1, 2021. If you can pay for your rent, continue to do so. This creates a dangerous cliff to fall off of if you are unable to catch up entirely by January 1.
  • This basically means that the landlord could ‘get around’ this rule by evicting you for other reasons not related to back rent. This means your landlord CAN STILL evict you for any other violation of your lease terms (noise complaints, pets, etc).

This memo is real meaty, check out this article for more information.

Watch a Q&A on this memorandum here.

Access the form to submit to your landlord and a snapshot of qualifications here.

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