COVID-19 Court Updates
Updated: April 15th, 2020 10:47 am ET
Court updates and related information that you may be interested in is listed below. This represents the best information we have available at the moment. You should understand that this information is changing rapidly.
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March 18th, 2020 - President Trump announced he is directing the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to suspend all evictions and foreclosures through the end of April 2020.
March 19th. 2020 - The Texas Supreme Court issued an order late Thursday evening halting eviction proceedings statewide until April 19, effective immediately. Writs are halted until April 26th. There is one exception: Landlords may proceed with eviction cases only if the actions of the occupants “pose an imminent threat” of physical harm to the landlord, the landlord’s employees or other tenants, or if the occupants are engaging in criminal activity. Supreme Court Order
March 27th - The CARES Act is passed as an economic stimulus package.