On February 25, 2021, a Federal District Court in the Eastern District of Texas ruled that the CDC Eviction Moratorium, first instituted September 4, 2020 and since extended twice, is unconstitutional.

Various other attempts have been made to strike the CDC Eviction Moratorium, but this is the first Court to agree that the federal government lacked the authority to ban evictions in this way.

How did the Court reach this conclusion, and what does this mean for Landlords and Tenants in Texas and throughout the United States?
We’re still getting updates as of the time of the release of this video. Here’s what we know so far.

For More information on funding available for Landlords and Tenants in Texas, visit: https://texasrentrelief.com/

In the Houston/Harris County area, visit https://houstonharrishelp.org/
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