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Most evictions are banned through June. Here’s what you need to know


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What does the ban do?

Under the moratorium, most tenants struggling to pay their rent amid the pandemic cannot be evicted through June 30.

Who’s eligible?

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Eligibility can be met in a few ways.

If you received a stimulus check in 2020 or 2021, didn’t have to report any income to the IRS in 2020 or earned less than $99,000 as an individual or $198,000 as a joint filer, you’re protected by the ban.

In addition, you’ll need to attest on a declaration form that you’re unable to make your full housing payment because of financial setbacks, including a substantial drop in income or high out-of-pocket medical expenses.



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