The federal CARES ACT moratorium on evictions for people in subsidized housing, which was established during the pandemic, is set to expire soon. And that’s causing confusion among renters and courts alike. Throughout the pandemic, some courts closed during the pandemic, others stayed open holding Zoom hearings, which has added to the confusion. John Petit heads up Community Legal Aid’s housing and consumer programs across eight counties. Petit says they recently sent clarification on...
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