Previous non-definitive Supreme Court ruling undercuts a win. Friday the 13th upheld its superstitious reputation for the multifamily industry. A federal judge allowed the newly extended residential eviction moratorium to stand for now because of a complex legal technicality.
Keep living in an apartment without paying rent? In the “before times,” it would have been unthinkable — at least without a concerted legal battle with an angry landlord. During the COVID-19 pandemic, though, all that went out the window.
July 4 may be independence day, but landlords were counting on June 30 to end the Covid-related housing eviction moratorium. Now they have another month to wait.
The concept is simple: proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test on a mobile app to enter a restaurant, entertainment venue or a flight. The issues surrounding it, however, not so much.