Landlord groups ask federal judge to halt new CDC eviction ban

Two groups representing property owners have asked a federal judge to block enforcement of the latest eviction moratorium from the CDC.

8/5/2021 7:17:00 AM

Two groups representing property owners have asked a federal judge to block enforcement of the latest eviction moratorium from the CDC.

Filing argues that the new CDC order is an extension of the previous moratorium, which the Supreme Court has ruled the agency didn't have the authority to issue.

Ifcountiesimprove their Covid rates and do not experience substantial and high transmission for 14 consecutive days, tenants will no longer be protected by the CDC moratorium. Similarly, if Covid cases worsen in a county, renters might become protected by the CDC order. County transmission rates can be found on the

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CDC website. The new order will expire on Oct. 3.At the onset of the pandemic, Congress imposed a temporary ban on evictions, but it expired last July. At then-President Donald Trump's direction, the CDC issued an order of its own extending the eviction ban through this past March, which was later extended by Biden.

A federal judge in Washington, D.C, ruled in May that theCDC had no powerto issue the moratorium on foreclosures. But the judge stayed the order to give the government time to appeal. A federal appeals court declined to lift the stay, leaving the moratorium in place. headtopics.com

The Alabama Association of Realtors was one of the leaders of the challenge to the moratorium, which went to The Supreme Court. In a 5-4 vote in late June, the high court allowed the eviction ban to remain in place only through the end of July. However, Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who voted with the majority, wrote a concurring opinion arguing that action by Congress would be required to extend it further.

The groups asked the court to halt the new CDC eviction ban, saying it violated that ruling.“This Court should immediately vacate the CDC’s fourth extension because it conflicts with the Supreme Court’s ruling,” the group said in the court filing. “A majority of the Supreme Court made clear that the eviction moratorium exceeds the CDC’s statutory authority and could not be extended beyond July 31, thus vindicating this Court’s first merits ruling. The Supreme Court’s ruling was hardly ambiguous”

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Housing is NOT a right. That's why you pay for it. I'm appalled by the arrogance of people who whine about rent forgiveness and so forth. Maybe they should quit bitching and, you know, go to work. Federally mandated eviction moratoriums make owning, and building rental housing much more risky, and would result in bankruptcies and fewer new housing built, which will raise housing prices and homelessness.

You mean uphold the Supreme Court? Wow. Maybe they should pressure their damn state leaders to release all the money the government gave to pay landlords to cover these costs? Too easy huh?

CDC Announces New Eviction Protections Due To COVID-19 SpreadProgressive lawmakers slept on the Capitol steps to urge the White House to help renters after an eviction moratorium expired on July 31. ONCE SETTING UP RUDE FACES, CANNOT GET AWAY ANOTHER HOLOCAUST. wow Pay your rent. Nobody rides fo free.

CDC issues new eviction ban for most of US through Oct. 3WASHINGTON (AP) — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday issued a new moratorium on evictions that would last until October 3, as the Biden administration sought to quell intensifying criticism that it was allowing vulnerable renters to lose their homes during a pandemic. For all those who are new to this working from home Bitcoin trading options Here's a little tip: Get a trusted Bitcoin expert and stick to her _Johnson56 Invest and play at similar times each day. Because : In times of chaos, your investment is your anchor to success Hope those landlords were stockpiling some of that rent they’ve been overcharging for years. Maybe less Starbucks and iPhones?

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CDC announces targeted eviction moratorium after days of pressureLATEST: CDC issues new eviction moratorium for regions of the country with 'substantial and high transmission' of the coronavirus. The CDC? Who’s running this country? Wonder how much the Dems paid the CDC for this. Pay your rent or be evicted. Ppl have been receiving more unemployment in history plus stimulus checks. What have they been doing with the money? Why haven’t they paid there rent?

Biden tells CDC to consider eviction moratorium options after Congress fails to actPresident Joe Biden is looking to to extend a ban on evictions for people who have been unable to pay rent during the coronavirus pandemic, after the COVID-19 moratorium lapsed over the weekend and Congress failed to pass an extension.