Author: NHPC

National Association of Residential Property Managers Intervents in KC Tenants v. Byrn, et al.

On October 29th, the National Association of Residential Property Managers have also intervened in the case as well. Read More:

New Civil Liberties Alliance Intervenes in KC Tenants v. Byrn, et al.

The New Civil Liberties Alliance (NCLA) who has intervened in this case on behalf of MO Housing Providers Harmed by the CDC Eviction Moratorium. In their Case Summary, NCLA states that “KC Tenants has improperly asked the Court to enter an injunction that would permit enforcement of CDC’s unlawful order, thus violating NCLA clients’ constitutional […]

CDC Issues Guidance on the Eviction Ban

The CDC recently issued a set of FAQs (frequently asked questions) offering “non-binding” guidance with respect to their recent “Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19″ moratorium.  This order temporarily halted residential evictions of covered persons for nonpayment of rent from September 4th through December 31st, 2020. Read the FAQs here:

ACLU on Behalf of KC Tenants Sue Presiding Judge in Kansas City

On September 30th, the American Civil Liberties Union on Behalf of KC Tenants brought a federal lawsuit against Jackson County Circuit Judge David M. Byrn, the presiding judge of Jackson County. The lawsuit centers around the CDC Eviction Moratorium and accuses Judge Byrn of allowing housing providers to continue to file an eviction case in […]

National Apartment Association and the New Civil Liberties Union File Suit challenging the CDC Eviction Ban

In September, the National Apartment Association and the New Civil Liberties Union brought suit against the CDC Ban. The complaint, Richard Lee Brown, et al. v. Secretary Alex Azar, et al.,  includes several plaintiffs alongside NAA who have been directly and irreparably damaged by the CDC order and have faced significant economic damages. NCLA has also requested a […]

CDC Issues Eviction Ban

On September 4th, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention issued a ban on evictions for renters that meet certain income guidelines, who have been affected by COVID in some way, can’t pay their rent, and who make a formal declaration in writing. Read the full FAQ Document: