top of page
Search
  • Metro East REIA

Litigation To Successfully Challenge The CDC Eviction Moratorium

There are two important legal concepts that apply to every lawsuit: standing and jurisdiction. For a person to be a party to a lawsuit, such as a Plaintiff, they must have actual standing. In the case of challenging the CDC moratorium, they have to be a landlord with tenants who have filed the affidavit recommended by the CDC, and these tenants are not paying full rent. Obviously, a national association such as the National Association of Real Estate Investors (NREIA) does not qualify to have standing to bring such an action because NREIA does not have rental properties in its own name. Continue reading HERE...

0 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Are You Making Estimated Payments?

The United States has a “pay as you go” tax system in which payments for income tax (and, where applicable, Social Security and Medicare taxes) must be made to the IRS throughout the year as income is

Seller Finance Coalition (SFC) Update

As you may recall, the Affordable Homeownership Access Act (HR 3464) seeks to provide working families with another access point to the home buying process by providing relief to individuals and small

bottom of page