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The CDC has issued an order banning many, but not all, evictions through December 31, 2020. Learn more about who this applies to, and how you can take action.
Posted and up-to-date as of 9/15/2020 - Check back soon for updates! Can I be evicted during the COVID-19 State of Emergency? Maybe. There are emergency rules in place that may mean you can’t be evicted. But, may of the “normal” eviction rules still apply. Read through the questions below for more information.
Podcast - Federal and State Fair Housing laws prohibit discrimination against people who are from countries, other than the U.S, when selling, renting, financing, or other housing related transactions.
This podcast focuses on rental housing and Fair Housing laws. You can listen to the podcast above, or read the full text below. This podcast is also available in:
Can my landlord turn off my utilities or change the locks on my door or kick me out without going to court? No. It is illegal for your landlord to throw you out by force. Your landlord must get a court order before they evict you.
Landlords may not discriminate against you because of your: race, color, sex, sexual orientation, physical or mental impairment, religion, ancestry or national origin, getting welfare, being a single parent, being pregnant or having children. This means that a landlord cannot refuse to rent to you, charge you extra, or evict you for any of these… More
The agreement you make with your landlord affects what rights you will have. You may sign a written agreement called a lease. When you rent without a lease, you become a "tenant at will."