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The New York Times
· Coronavirus Nearly Ended Street Homelessness in U.K. Maybe Not for Long. →
Hit particularly hard are people in the hospitality industry who had sublet from private landlords without tenancy agreements and were therefore unable to benefit from the government’s temporary ban against evictions.
· China targets land grabs, forced evictions in new law →
BEIJING: Farmers in China have faced forced evictions and illicit land grabs for decades - sources of social unrest that the government is finally trying to address in a major shake-up of its property law.
· Eviction ban extended in UK by further two months →
The government has extended its ban on evictions by a further two months, prolonging the breathing space for thousands of tenants who have struggled to pay the rent during lockdown.
· UK evictions ban extended for two months, Jenrick announces →
Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced that new evictions will be suspended for another two months, as ministers grapple with the economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
· Once targeted by officials, China's street vendors make unexpected comeback →
She was used to police evictions.
· Thousands of UK tenants face losing home when eviction ban ends →
Thousands of tenants who have struggled to pay rent during the pandemic lockdown face the prospect of losing their home from the end of the month when the government’s temporary ban on evictions ends, housing campaigners have warned.
· Kenyan giants Gor Mahia turn to fans for financial bailout →
Meanwhile, the club's players will be hoping the unusual scheme pays off since many are facing eviction from their homes after being unable to pay rent.
· CMBS Delinquency Rate Spikes By Most On Record →
Apartment buildings are under some pressure as some tenants are taking a rent holiday and as many areas have imposed eviction holidays.
The New York Times
· Philadelphia Removes Statue Seen as Symbol of Racism and Police Abuse →
In 1978, after members of MOVE, a group of radical black separatists who lived in West Philadelphia, refused to heed an eviction order from a rowhouse, the police descended on the property.