Biden court win on eviction ban extension draws appeals from Realtors, landlords

Two chapters of the National Association of Realtors and a group of landlords richiesto “immediato” action from the Washington, D.C. Court of Appeals on Saturday and may get a ruling by the end of next week, secondo Politico.

D.C. District Judge Dabney Friedrich, un incaricato di Trump, ruled Friday the scaled-back ban could stay in place because of a June appeals ruling that kept the previous version in place and that the U.S. Corte Suprema didn’t reverse. She did say, tuttavia, she believed the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had overstepped its authority in issuing the ban.

La moratoria, meant to shield renters struggling during the pandemic, expired at the end of July but the Biden administration reissued the ban after pressure from progressives.

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The issue will likely make it to the Supreme Court, Riferito Politico.

Demonstrators gather during a protest against the expiration of the eviction moratorium outside of the U.S. Campidoglio di Washington, D.C., NOI., di domenica, Ago. 1, 2021. (Getty Images)

Demonstrators gather during a protest against the expiration of the eviction moratorium outside of the U.S. Campidoglio di Washington, D.C., NOI., di domenica, Ago. 1, 2021. (Getty Images)

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