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Allegheny County residents will be able to apply for rental and utility assistance from the Emergency Rental Assistance Program on Monday, March 15, 2021. The county-wide program has received $80 million in federal funding. How to apply Renters will only be able to apply online. Click here to access the form. For tenants without internetContinue reading “Allegheny County Rental Assistance Available March 15, 2021”
With the expiration dates of both national and local eviction moratoriums approaching, it is essential that tenants facing eviction are guaranteed due process. In Philadelphia, tenants continue to be evicted, sometimes without warning. The city’s Landlord Tenant Officer, Marisa Shuter, and her deputies– who carry out eviction proceedings—are not required to record the details ofContinue reading “Prominent Philly eviction lawyer married to Municipal Court Judge”
Moratoriums work. With an enacted moratorium, compared to years without one, there are fewer eviction filings nationwide. However, evictions are still occurring even with a “moratorium” in place. Why has the current eviction moratorium failed? The current CDC eviction moratorium only applies to evictions occurring for non-payment of rent. This means that evictions for leaseContinue reading “Why is the current eviction moratorium insufficient?”
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