How to Join NAA's Eviction Moratorium Lawsuit

Posted By: Jon Lowder Blog,

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) protracted moratorium is financially damaging rental housing providers and violating rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. Apartment owners and operators have an opportunity to recover business losses attributed to the unlawful CDC eviction moratorium. The National Apartment Association has filed a lawsuit against the federal government seeking compensation for financial damages suffered under the CDC order.

The lawsuit is open to all rental housing providers operating in a state or locality under the federal moratorium who have been damaged by the CDC eviction moratorium. 

Visit this page at NAA's website for more information and a link to an application form to join the suit.

Rental debt not covered by federal rental assistance
Time before federal rental assistance was funded