Landman Beatty Lawyers wants to keep our clients and the general public informed as to how the Coronavirus, the disease it causes (COVID-19) and the most current government responses to them, may affect our clients,the general public and certain aspects of the Landlord –Tenant relationship in Indiana.
On December 27, 2020 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Eviction Moratorium was extended through and including January 31, 2021.The key points are as follows:
Landlords can GET IN LINE by filing eviction actions upon default. This will allow landlords to be better positioned to enforce writs of possession as soon as the Order expires, rather than waiting (potentially months) for a court date due to the anticipated backlog of evictions that will have built up during the course of the CDC Order’s enforcement period.
Additional information regarding the CDC’s order and its potential impact on Landlords is outlined at the link below.
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