Your case is covered by the moratorium as long as your landlord does not claim there was criminal activity or lease violations endangering the health/safety of others. For eviction cases covered by the law:
- All deadlines in your case are put on hold as long as the moratorium is in effect.
- No court hearings can be scheduled.
- Courts cannot enter judgments, including agreements for judgment, or issue orders to evict, “executions.”
- Sheriffs and movers cannot move you out of your home.
How long does the moratorium last?
The moratorium is in effect until August 18, 2020 or until 45 days after the Governor lifts the state of emergency, whichever comes first.
The Governor can extend the end date of the moratorium so that it does not end before the end of the state of emergency.