CDC Eviction Moratorium Extended Through June 30, 2021

The current CDC eviction moratorium, which was set to expire on March 31, has been extended through June 30, 2021. What does this mean for the landlord or property manager? You can still move forward with an eviction action for nonpayment of rent even if you have...

Frequently Asked Questions for CDC Moratorium/Order

What types of evictions does the CDC Order cover? Under the CDC, evictions for nonpayment of rent may be affected where a tenant serves a signed CDC Declaration form on the landlord or the court.  If a tenant serves a signed CDC Declaration in a residential eviction...

Governor DeSantis Allows Florida’s Eviction Moratorium to Expire

Florida’s eviction restrictions enacted under Executive Order 20-180 on April 2, 2020 and extended five separate times have now expired effective October 1, 2020. The relief was permitted to expire to avoid any confusion over whether the CDC’s evictions order should...

Governor’s Limited Eviction Moratorium Extended to October 1, 2020

Governor DeSantis extended his previous executive order to October 1, 2020. Under Executive Order Number 20-211 landlords are allowed to serve three day notices and file evictions against non-paying tenants. However, writs of possession cannot be issued until after...

Governor’s Eviction Moratorium Update

Florida landlords can now start eviction proceedings against residential tenants for nonpayment of rent. Under Executive Order Number 20-180 landlords are allowed to serve three day notices and file evictions against non-paying tenants. However, writs of possession...