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ALStatewideAlabama's Governor allowed the eviction moratorium protections to lapse on June 1, 2020. There is no longer an eviction moratorium in AL. OrderAlabama's Governor allowed the eviction moratorium protections to lapse on June 1, 2020. There is no longer an eviction moratorium in AL.Jun 1
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ARStatewideEvictions are allowed, and courts are still hearing cases. There doesn't appear to have ever been an eviction moratorium in AR.
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AKStatewideEvictions are now allowed in Alaska. Supreme Court OrderEvictions are now allowed in Alaska. Jul 1
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AZStatewidePartial eviction moratorium
Eviction orders cannot be enforced until July 23.
Order5/20/2020Until July 23 (120 Days) Mar 24
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AZPhoenix (Maricopa County)Statewide Eviction MoratoriumAfter 1 June, Civil Cases are reset and will begin to be heard. However, Arizona has a statewide moratorium restricting eviction enforcement until July 23.Order6/1/2020After 1 June, Civil Cases are reset and will begin to be heard. However, Arizona has a statewide moratorium restricting eviction enforcement until July 23.Apr 29
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CAStatewideEviction moratoriums allowed, but local governments have the final say.Local Governments can set their own eviction moratoriums and keep the moratoriums in place until 9/30/20. Order6/1/2020Until 30 SeptemberJun 30
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CASan FranciscoPartial moratoriumEviction moratorium for residential tenants financially impacted by Covid-19. Order6/1/202030 JuneApr 30
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CAAlameda County Court stoppageNo landlord may evict a tenant based on nonpayment of rent provided the tenant can demonstrate a substantial loss of income, significant out-of-pocket medical expenses, or extraordinary child care needs due to Covid-19. Order 6/1/2020Until June 24Mar 24
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CAAnaheimEviction moratoriumResidential and Commercial evictions halted until June 30. Both residential and commercial tenants have an additional 3 months to repay missed rent. Order6/1/2020Until June 30Mar 24
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CAHaywardTemporary Eviction moratorium90-day moratorium on residential evictions for failure to pay rent due to coronavirus and on no-fault evictions that would otherwise be allowable under the city’s rent-stabilization ordinance.Order6/1/2020Until June 24Mar 25
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CAEl MonteEviction moratoriumMoratorium for residential evictions for renters who cannot pay their rent because of the Covid-19 crisis until the state of emergency is declared over. Report4/16/2020Adopted state order (60 days on 3/27)Mar 27
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CASan JosePartial moratoriumMinimum 30 day eviction moratorium for tenants who can demonstrate they cannot pay rent due to a substantial loss of income related to the virus. Government Website6/1/2020Until June 30
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CALos AngelesPartial eviction moratoriumCommercial and residential tenants evicted moratirum. Residential tenants who fail to pay rent during the Covid-19 crisis have 12 months to repay any past due rent. Commercial tenants who fail to pay rent during the Covid-19 crisis have three months to repay any past due rent. Ordinance 6/1/2020During the health emergencyMay 6
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CASacramentoPartial eviction moratoriumRenters economically affected by the Covid-19 crisis cannot be evicted during the crisis. Tenants must demonstrate they have suffered a loss of income due to COVID-19 and will be unable to pay the full amount of rent due.Moratorium6/1/2020Until July 28Jun 1
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CACosta MesaEviction moratoriumTemporary residential and commercial eviction ban during the crisis. Tenants have four months after the crisis to repay the past due rent. Tenants must inform their landlord and provide documentation of their inability ton pay rent due to Covid-19 within 30 days after rent is due. Tenants must repay past due rent 120 days after the emergency ends. Order 6/1/2020Until July 28
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CACulver CityEviction moratoriumProvided a residential tenant can demonstrate inability to pay rent due to the Covid-19 crisis, residential tenants cannot be evicted during the local emergency period. Tenants will have six months to repay any past due rent after the crisis ends.Order6/1/2020Until August 30May 19
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CARiversideEviction moratorium proposed Proposal is a 60 eviction moratorium. It would require tenants to notify their landlord prior to the day rent is due with the circumstances surrounding their inability to pay their entire rent. Tenants would then have four months to repay past due rent after the crisis is over. Order4/16/2020Adopted state order (60 days on 3/27)
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CASan BernardinoEviction moratoriumEviction moratorium for residential evictions stemming from failure to pay rent when the tenant is unable to pay the rent as a result of loss of income related to the Coronavirus as outlined above.Order4/16/2020Until May 31Mar 18
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CASanta AnaEviction moratoriumResidential landlords who know a tenant can’t pay rent for reasons related to COVID-19 aren’t allowed to serve a notice of eviction or take other actions to evict a tenant for nonpayment of rent. The tenant must provide the landlord with notice in writing of lost income and inability to pay full rent due to financial impacts from COVID-19, along with documentation to support the claim. This must be provided within 30 days after the date that the rent is due. Tenants will then have six months to pay back any past due rent. Order4/16/2020Until 31 May (or the governor's eviction ban, whichever is longer)Mar 17
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CASanta MonicaEviction moratoriumDuring the period of local emergency declared in response to COVID-19, a landlord cannot evict a tenant for nonpayment of rent if the tenant is unable to pay rent due to financial impacts related to COVID-19. Order4/16/2020Until 31 May (or the governor's eviction ban, whichever is longer)
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CAPasadenaEviction moratoriumMoratorium for residential evictions for renters who cannot pay their rent because of the Covid-19 crisis until the state of emergency is declared over. Order4/16/2020During state of emergencyApr 2
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CARancho CucamongaEviction moratoriumThe eviction moratorium applies only to evictions based on the non-payment of rent due to a financial hardship related to the COVID-19 pandemic. A tenant must notify the landlord within 30 days after the rent is due and provide supporting documentation.
Government News Release
4/16/2020May 31 for residential renters and April 30 for commercial tenants
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CAStocktonEviction moratoriumEviction moratorium on residential tenants. Residential tenants must demonstrate a substantial loss in income through their employment as a result of the Covid-19 crisis.
Government News Release
4/16/20202 monthsMar 17
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CASan DiegoEviction moratoriumNo landlord shall take action to evict a tenant for not timely paying rent that was due on or after March 12, 2020, if the tenant provided written notice to the landlord, on or before the date the rent was due, that the tenant is unable to pay rent due to financial impacts related to COVID-19.Order 4/17/2020Until May 313/24/2020
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CAOxnardEviction moratoriumEviction stay for residential tenants.Order4/17/2020Until May 31 or the date to which the Governor extends his executive order declaring a state of emergency.
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CAPalm SpringsEviction moratoriumEviction moratorium for residential tenants financially impacted by Covid-19. Residential tenants must demonstrate impacted of Covid-19. Within 90 days after the rent becomes due, provide the landlord written notice of inability to pay rent due to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 impact, with supporting documentation.Order4/17/2020Until May 31Mar 19
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CAIrvineEviction resolutionStrong pressure toward landlords not to evict tenants, but no outright moratorium. City Council Resolution4/17/2020Until May 313/24/2020
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CALong BeachEviction moratoriumEviction moratorium on residential and commercial evictions if a renter or business owner has lost income because of the public health crisis and is unable to pay rent. All rent that goes unpaid through May 31(unless extended at a later date) would be due by Nov. 30.
Government Press Release
4/17/2020March 4 - May 31Mar 25
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CASan Luis Obispo (County and City)Eviction Moratorium Eviction moratorium for commerical and residential tenants through May 31. Tenants must inform the landlord in writing of their inability to pay due to the Covid-19 crisis. Landlords may neither collect a late fee nor seek rent delayed due to the Covid-19 crisis. Order4/17/2020Until 31 May18 Mar
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CAFresnoEviction moratorium30-day moratorium on evictions for residential and commercial tenants due to the Covid-19 crisis. Renters have six months after the city emergency ends to pay back past due rent. Government Notice 4/17/2020Until April 18, or another 30 days, so long as the local emergency declaration is in effect. 25 Mar
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CAOjaiPartial Eviction MoratoriumNo landlord shall evict a residential tenant in Ojai during this local emergency period if the tenant is able to show an inability to pay rent due to circumstances related to the COVID 19 pandemic. Tenants will have up to 6 months following the expiration of the local emergency period to repay any back due rent, and may use the order as an affirmative defense in an unlawful detainer action.Order4/17/2020During state of emergency17 Mar
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CAMoorparkEviction MoratoriumEviction moratorium for tenants affected by the Covid-19 crisis. Tenant must inform the landlord in writing within 30 days of date rent is due that they cannot pay the rent. Tenants will have six months after the expiration of the local emergency ends to repay past due rent. As of June 1, 2020 Moorpark had not renewed the eviction moratorium.Order6/1/2020Until 31 May 2020 or during state of emergency, whichever is sooner. As of June 1, 2020 Moorpark had not renewed the eviction moratorium.1 Jun
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CAConcordEviction Moratorium Temporary moratorium on evictions and rent increases, for both residential and commercial properties, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Further, there is a 90-day repayment window for each month of overdue rent, beginning with the first day following the lifting of the moratorium. As of June 1, 2020 Concord had not renewed the eviction moratorium.Order6/1/2020Until 31 May. As of June 1, 2020 Concord had not renewed the eviction moratorium.Jun 1
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CASimi ValleyEviction Moratorium Eviction moratorium for residential tenants during the Covid-19 crisis. Tenants must inform landlords in writing within 30 days of their inability to pay rent due to the Covid-19 crisis. Tenants are also responsible for the past due rent, however there was not guideline indicating how much time tenants have to repay past due rent. As of June 1, 2020 Simi Valley had not renewed the eviction moratorium.Order6/1/2020Until May 31 or throughout the state of emergency. As of June 1, 2020 Simi Valley had not renewed the eviction moratorium.Jun 1
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Santa Cruz (County and City)
Eviction stayCourts will not issue writs of possession or enforce previously issued writs of possession until April 30 at the earliest. Ordinance 6/1/2020Until 30 JuneMay 26
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COStatewideEviction directiveLaw enforcement officials cannot enforce writs of possession. Tenants are not relieved of their duty to pay rent. After July 14, it appears as if evictions will resume subject to the CARES Act. Order6/1/2020Until June 15May 29
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CODenverCourt stoppage (no enforcement)Law enforcement officials are not executing writs of possession.
Government News Release
5/20/2020Until Further NoticeMar 16
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CTStatewideEviction stayNo service of summary process or notices to quit shall be served before August 25, 2020.
Government Press Release
5/20/2020Until 25 AugustMay 20
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DCDistrict wideEviction MoratoriumEvictions have been stayed until the public health emergency ends. Bill5/20/2020Until the Emergency endsMar 30
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DEStatewideEviction MoratoriumNo action for eviction may be brought to any residential rental unit located within the State. Past due balances for residential rental units shall not incur late fees or interest during the state of emergency.Order 6/1/2020Until the Emergency endsMay 31
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FLStatewideEviction MoratoriumEvictions solely as they relate to non-payment of rent by tenants due to the COVID-19 emergency are prohibited until August 1, 2020.Order 6/1/2020Until 2 AugustMay 14
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FLMiami-DadeEviction warrant holdLaw enforcement officials will not enforce eviction actions or carry out any activites associated with evictions.Government Website4/28/2020Until 29 MayApr 3
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FLOrange County (Orlando)Eviction warrant holdLaw enforcement officials will not enforce eviction actions or carry out any activites associated with evictions.Government Website6/1/2020Until Further Notice -- As of 6/1/20 the hold was still in effect
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Hillsborough County (Tampa)
Eviction processing holdLaw enforcement officials will not enforce eviction actions or carry out any activites associated with evictions.Order 4/28/20Until 19 May Apr 3
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FL Broward County As of June 1, 2020 any nonessential court functions/matters will be conducted online. Therefore, it appears as if eviction proceedings will continue in a limited, online state.Order 6/1/2020Any non-essential matters will proceed online. May 28
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GAStatewideNo eviction moratoriumEvictions are permitted in Georgia.
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GAFulton County/AtlantaEviction MoratoriumEviction moratorium for properties under the auspices of Atlanta's Public Housing Authourity.Order5/28/202060 days from May 7, 2020May 7
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HIStatewideEviction Moratorium Evictions have been suspended until the public health emergency ends. Order5/20/2020Until the emergency is declared ended (currently July 31)Jun 10
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IAStatewideBan on evictions liftedEviction proceedings can proceed in Iowa, as the statewide ban on evictions has expired. 5/5/2020Eviction proceedings can proceed in Iowa, as the statewide ban on evictions has expired.
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IDStatewideRemote landlord-tenant proceedings have begun (started on May 1). Order 5/5/2020Evictions have begun in IdahoMar 26
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IDBlaine CountyEvictions postponed/Court StoppageCourts in Blaine county are operating on a limited basis and are not hearing eviction cases/issuing writs of possession.Order4/17/2020Until Further NoticeMar 20
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ILStatewideEviction MoratoriumEnforcement of orders of eviction for residential premises are ceased statewide. Order5/20/2020Until July 26Jun 26
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ILCook County (Chicago)Eviction MoratoriumCook County's sheriff will not enforce eviction orders for residential evictions. Order 5/28/2020Until at least July 6, 2020, potentially until May 28
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ILKendall CountyCourts are allowed to set their own dockets after June 1, 2020. Depending on what the court decides, it is possible eviction filings and actions will be heard after June 1, 2020. Order5/28/2020Until 1 June. Courts are allowed to set their own dockets after June 1, 2020. Depending on what the court decides, it is possible eviction filings and actions will be heard after June 1, 2020. May 27
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ILDeKalb County Courts are allowed to set their own dockets after June 1, 2020. Depending on what the court decides, it is possible eviction filings and actions will be heard after June 1, 2020. Order5/28/2020Until 1 June. Courts are allowed to set their own dockets after June 1, 2020. Depending on what the court decides, it is possible eviction filings and actions will be heard after June 1, 2020. May 27
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INStatewideEviction moratoriumEviction actions cannot be initiated during the state of emergency. Tenants are not relieved of their duty to pay rent. Order5/5/2020Until July 31 Jun 30
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KSStatewideEviction moratorium (expired)Kansas let the eviction moratorium lapse at the end of May.Order5/28/2020 Kansas has not renewed its eviction moratorium. Apr 30
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KYStatewideEviction moratoriumAll state, county, and local law enforcement officers were directed to cease eviction enforcement for the duration of the emergency. Order5/5/2020For the duration of the EmergencyMay 29
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LAStatewideStatewide ban expired. Evictions in the state of Louisiana could resume June 15. Evictions in the state of Louisiana could resume June 15.
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LANew OrleansBeginning June 8, 2020 evictions in New Orleans may proceed, provided they follow the rules/regulations of the CARES Act. Order5/28/2020Beginning June 8, 2020 evictions in New Orleans may proceed, provided they follow the rules/regulations of the CARES Act. May 20
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LABaton RougeAs of May 18, 2020 Civil procedings without juries have begun in Baton Rouge. It appears as if evictions would fall under that category, meaning they could proceed. However, Louisiana's governor suspended legal deadlines until June 5th, although that order appears to have delegated to the courts in each Parish the power to begin civil proceedings when they deem it safe. Government Website5/28/2020As of May 18, 2020 Civil procedings without juries have begun in Baton Rouge. It appears as if evictions would fall under that category, meaning they could proceed. However, Louisiana's governor suspended legal deadlines until June 5th, although that order appears to have delegated to the courts in each Parish the power to begin civil proceedings when they deem it safe.
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LAJeffersonAs of May 18, 2020 Civil procedings without juries have begun in Jefferson Parish. It appears as if evictions would fall under that category, meaning they could proceed. However, Louisiana's governor suspended legal deadlines until June 5th, although that order appears to have delegated to the courts in each Parish the power to begin civil proceedings when they deem it safe. Order5/28/2020As of May 18, 2020 Civil procedings without juries have begun in Lafayette. It appears as if evictions would fall under that category, meaning they could proceed. However, Louisiana's governor suspended legal deadlines until June 5th, although that order appears to have delegated to the courts in each Parish the power to begin civil proceedings when they deem it safe. Apr 29
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LALafayetteAs of May 18, 2020 Civil procedings without juries have begun in Lafayette. It appears as if evictions would fall under that category, meaning they could proceed. However, Louisiana's governor suspended legal deadlines until June 5th, although that order appears to have delegated to the courts in each Parish the power to begin civil proceedings when they deem it safe. Order5/28/2020As of May 18, 2020 Civil procedings without juries have begun in Lafayette. It appears as if evictions would fall under that category, meaning they could proceed. However, Louisiana's governor suspended legal deadlines until June 5th, although that order appears to have delegated to the courts in each Parish the power to begin civil proceedings when they deem it safe. Mar 31
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MAStatewideCourt stoppageEvictions suspended during the Covid-19 emergency. Bill 5/20/2020For the duration of the EmergencyApr 3
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MEStatewideEviction MoratoriumNo landlord or agent of a landlord or property owner may attempt during this state
of emergency to evict a tenant by a means not authorized by law.
Order5/20/2020Until 30 days after the termination of the COVID-19 state of emergencyApr 16
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MIStatewideEviction MoratoriumEvictions cannot proceed, unless the tenant poses a substantial risk to another person or an imminent and severe risk to property. After July 15, evictions will be allowed to proceed, but under a special process designed to keep people in their homes, while facilitating prompt payment to landlords. Order5/20/2020Until 15 July. After July 15, evictions will be allowed to proceed, but under a special process designed to keep people in their homes, while facilitating prompt payment to landlords. Jun 26
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MIDetroit (36th District Court)Court StoppageEviction proceedings have been temporarily suspended. To be clear, a tenant’s obligation to pay rent remains unchanged. Tenants are still obligated to pay rent under a lease. A landlord may not, however, physically deliver a demand for payment of rent during this time.Notice5/26/2020Until 12 JuneMay 22
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MDStatewidePartial eviction moratoriumCourts cannot give any judgment for possession or repossession, or warrant for restitution of possession/repossession of property, if the tenant can demonstrate through documentation or other objective means, the tenant suffered a substantial loss of income due to Covid-19, or the state of emergency.Order 5/20/2020During state of emergencyApr 3
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MNStatewideEviction moratoriumEvictions shall only proceed if the tenant seriously endangers others.Order5/20/2020During state of emergencyMar 23
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MOStatewideJurisdictions can determine whether there is an eviction moratorium. Jurisdictions have been delegated the ability to determine whether there is an eviction moratoriumOrder May 4
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MOJackson CountyCourts have started reopening in Jackson County, MO. Courts have been advised to exercise discretion in hearing civil cases, including evictions. However, there does not appear to be any explicit order preventing eviction hearings from proceeding in Jackson County, MO. Order5/26/2020Courts have started reopening in Jackson County, MO. Courts have been advised to exercise discretion in hearing civil cases, including evictions. However, there does not appear to be any explicit order preventing eviction hearings from proceeding in Jackson County, MO. May 14
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MOSt. Louis (City)The water shutoff pause directive has lapsed, thus it appears as if water can be shut off to residents behind on their water bills.
Government Press Release
5/26/20The water shutoff pause directive has lapsed, thus it appears as if water can be shut off to residents behind on their water bills.
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MTStatewideEviction Moratorium (expired)Montana's eviction moratorium expired. However, they created a program by which affected individuals can apply for rent relief. Government Website 5/26/2020Montana's eviction moratorium expired. However, they created a program by which affected individuals can apply for rent relief.
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NHStatewideEviction Moratorium (expired)New Hampshire allowed their eviction moratorium to expire. Evictions are allowed to proceed in NH. Order5/26/2020New Hampshire allowed their eviction moratorium to expire. Evictions are allowed to proceed in NH. Jun 11
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NJStatewideEviction moratorium Indefinite moratorium on evictions or removal of people from foreclosed homes amid the coronavirus pandemic.The order will remain in effect for no longer than two months following the end of the Public Health Emergency or State of Emergency established by Executive Order No. 103 (2020), whichever ends later, unless this Order is first revoked or modified by the Governor in a subsequent executive order. Order 5/26/2020Until further Notice -- As of 7/9/20 the state of emergency was still in effectMar 19
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NEStatewideNebraska is allowing the eviction moratorium to expire at the end of May. Beginning June 1, 2020 evictions will proceed in Nebraska. Order5/26/2020Nebraska is allowing the eviction moratorium to expire at the end of May. Beginning June 1, 2020 evictions will proceed in Nebraska. May 26
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NCStatewideOn June 1, 2020 any civil filings or civil actions that had been extended are due, including summary ejectment (eviction) filings/actions. It appears as it, after June 1, 2020, eviction proceedings will continue, albeit in limited capacities because courts will not be fully functioning. Order5/28/2020On June 1, 2020 any civil filings or civil actions that had been extended are due, including summary ejectment (eviction) filings/actions. It appears as it, after June 1, 2020, eviction proceedings will continue, albeit in limited capacities because courts will not be fully functioning. May 21
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NDStatewideNorth Dakota has allowed for eviction proceedings to continue.
Government News Release
5/5/2020North Dakota now allows eviction proceedings to continue.Apr 24
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NMStatewideEviction haltJudges will stay the execution of writs of restitution that property owners can obtain and give to law enforcement to force the removal of a tenant. Tenants will need to provide the court with evidence of their current inability to pay their rent.Order 5/20/2020During state of emergencyMay 15
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NMSanta FePartial eviction moratoriumProhibition on eviction of residential and commercial property tenants who, because of the public health emergency, are unable to pay rent on time.
Government News Release
5/20/2020During state of emergency (at least 1 June)Mar 18
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NVStatewideEviction moratorium (to be phased out by August 31). Nevada's Governor issued an executive order that ends many eviction moratorium protections on July 31. However, there is an additional month of transition allocated in his executive order to help assist those in need. Order 7/9/2020July 31, with a complete phase out by August 31Jun 25
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NVLas VegasCourt stoppageEviction proceedings suspended for at least 30 days. However, Landlords can still file eviction complaints, but if tenants do not respond to them, they will not get issued a default eviction by the court within seven to 10 days as is typical.Order5/26/2020During state of emergencyApr 22
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NVWashoe County/RenoEviction stayCourts suspended the issuance of writs of execution and stayed currently written writs of execution until April 20. Order5/26/2020During state of emergencyApr 1
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NYStatewideEviction MoratoriumEviction moratorium in place until August 20, 2020. The order further provides landlords to take money out of tenant security deposits to help repay past-due/unpaid rent. Order5/20/2020Until 20 August May 8
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OHStatewideDelegation to Local CourtsThere is no official eviction moratorium in Ohio. Rather, the Ohio Supreme Court allowed local courts to determine whether they would allow evictions to proceed or not. Supreme Court GuidanceThere is no official eviction moratorium in Ohio. Rather, the Ohio Supreme Court allowed local courts to determine whether they would allow evictions to proceed or not.
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OHDaytonEviction filings are being accepted by Dayton Courts, but cases will not be heard until June 1, 2020. The Court will begin hearing eviction cases again on June 1, 2020Government News Link5/26/2020The Court will begin hearing eviction cases again on June 1, 2020Apr 30
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OKStatewideThere are no eviction protections in Oklahoma other than the protections set forth in the CARES Act. There are no eviction protections in Oklahoma other than the protections set forth in the CARES Act.
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ORStatewideEviction moratoriumTemporary moratorium on evictions and terminations of rental agreements and lease through September 30, 2020. Bill5/20/2020Until 30 SeptemberApr 1
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RIStatewideCourt Stoppage (expired)After June 1, 2020 courts may begin adjudicating eviction proceedings. OrderCourts may begin adjudicating eviction proceedings.
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PAStatewideEviction Moratorium Evictions moratorium in place until July 10. Order5/20/2020Until 10 JulyMay 7
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PAPhiladelphiaEviction stayEviction moratorium in place until July 10, 2020. Government Website5/26/2020Until 10 July May 7
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SCStatewideEvictions have resumed in South Carolina. 5/20/2020Evictions have resumed in South Carolina. Apr 30
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SDStatewideThere are no eviction protections in South Dakota other than the protections set forth in the CARES Act. There are no eviction protections in South Dakota other than the protections set forth in the CARES Act.
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TNStatewideEviction proceedings suspended in Tennessee until June 1. After June 1, 2020 eviction proceedings may begin. Order5/26/2020Beginning June 1, 2020 eviction proceedings may begin in Tennessee. May 26
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Davidson County (Nashville)
Eviction haltNashville law enforcement officers have halted all evictions and service of other civil papers until further notice.
Government Announcement
5/26/2020Until further notice
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TXStatewideUnless a local order prohibits evictions, Texas, as a state, now allows eviction proceedings to take place.Order Unless a local order prohibits evictions, Texas, as a state, now allows eviction proceedings to take place
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TXAustinPartial Eviction MoratoriumNotices to Vacate are prohibited unless the landlord can demonstrate the tenant is an imminent, physical threat to others or is participating in criminal activities on the premises. Order5/26/2020Until 25 JulyMay 7
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San Antonio (Bexar County)
Court stoppageBexar County's chief justices won’t hear eviction cases or force people out of their homes through the writ of possession process until June 16, 2020 at the earliest.Order 5/26/2020Until 16 JuneMay 19