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These states will still ban evictions after national moratorium lifts


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The national ban on evictions will expire in two days, leaving the millions of Americans who are still behind on their rent at risk of being forced out of their homes. But some states will continue to limit the proceedings beyond July 31.

In California, where as many as 1.6 million renters may be in arrears, most landlords can’t move forward with evictions until October.

In Washington, D.C., landlords can’t begin evictions again until Aug. 26, and only at that point if they’d filed one against you prior to the pandemic (in these cases, you must also be given 30 days notice). Other evictions can’t resume until Oct. 12, and you must be provided with at…


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