Updated August 27, 2021 - The most recent Centers for Disease Control (CDC) order placing a moratorium on evictions for non-payment of rent has been ruled unconstitutional by the United States Supreme Court. The Supreme Court stated that "[i]f a federally imposed eviction moratorium is to continue, Congress must specifically authorize it." To date, Congress has taken no action towards an eviction moratorium so at this time non-payment evictions will be proceeding forward without restrictions from the Federal government or the State of Florida. However, some Counties may still have restrictions on writs of possession being issued and executed by their Sheriff's Departments.

Effective May 3, 2021 the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFB) entered a rule that requires all landlords seeking to evict a Tenant for non-payment of rent to provide the Tenant with written notice of their rights under the CDC moratorium. The notice must be provided with any notice of non-payment of rent. We have added the required language to all of our non-payment of rent notices which you can download in our FREE FORMS section.

Contact us at 904-374-9430 so we can discuss your specific situation and your options for proceeding with any type of eviction.

The following link is to the Florida Department of Health page dedicated to providing the latest information on the Coronavirus:

DISCLAIMER: The information on this page is provided as courtesy and general guidance, but is not provided as legal advice by the Property Management Law Group or its attorneys and should not be relied upon in any manner for any specific set of facts. If you would like an evaluation of your specific circumstances please contact us at 904-374-9430.

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