Eviction в новостях
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Публикации и примеры предложений
· ‘We’re being used to make a profit from during a pandemic’: Thousands of London tenants refuse to pay rent amid coronavirus crisis →
In March, the government announced a three-month suspension on evictions to protect tenants who have lost income due to coronavirus.
· Sachem Capital Is Risky But Has Some Potential →
SACH would have to foreclose on the properties and evict the borrowers, but that is presently impossible as courts are not open for evictions per the 10-Q:
· Yes, You Can Be Fired for Getting COVID-19 →
Read: How a measles quarantine can lead to eviction
· In the Gulf, migrant workers bear the brunt of the pandemic →
Our networks have seen a sharp rise in cases from throughout the region - workers with no money for food, who face eviction because they can not pay rent; workers forcibly isolated in crowded labour accommodation or quarantine facilities with no water; workers who are not receiving critical medical care.
· The inequalities exposed by this pandemic are about to get even worse →
The owner of a small family-run estate agent told me last week that he spends the majority of his time since returning to work negotiating between landlords and tenants who have defaulted on their rent, trying to stave off evictions, and winding down tenancies only when people have found somewhere to go.
The New York Times
· Black Americans Have a Message for Democrats: Not Being Trump Is Not Enough →
Access to capital will dry up more quickly, especially for black business owners, and a coming “avalanche of evictions” could displace black renters across the country.
The New York Times
· Tenants Stay Current on Rent, for Now →
Fearing a surge in homelessness, state and local governments spent March and April instituting triage measures, like bans on evictions and utility shutoffs, along with limited subsidies for struggling renters.
· Fire, pestilence and a country at war with itself: the Trump presidency is over →
In the coming weeks temporary eviction moratoriums are set to end in half of the states.
· Minneapolis killing shows African Americans face unresolved systemic problems →
The fury over George Floyd's killing is erupting as the U.S. faces a looming wave of business bankruptcies, likely home evictions and a virus pandemic that will all disproportionately hit African Americans.