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On September 1, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ordered
a halt to certain evictions only under specific circu
mstances through December 31, 2020. Although the order has been reported by media as an eviction moratorium, it is NOT really a moratorium. Only some evictions are impacted and residents MUST meet certain criteria and serve a declaration
to property management or to the court in order to be protected.
If a resident does serve that declaration and you file an eviction for nonpayment of rent or continue one in progress, severe criminal and civil penalties can be imposed. In addition to the CDC order, Florida's executive order on evictions, which is set to expire on October 1, further complicates matters.
Confused yet? It is not as complicated as it appears! Click HERE to view the Florida Apartment Association's webinar, Navigating the CDC Eviction Moratorium, with attorneys Harry Heist and Ryan McCain.
During this informative session, you will learn:
- How to successfully file evictions NOW
- What you can and cannot do, and most importantly,
- Best practices to keep you in control and out of trouble!