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CDC Eviction Moratorium Extended Through June 30, 2021

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The CDC extended the eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021 with changes. The changes to the Order are more technical in nature and don't have an impact on the Washington State moratorium, except for the pending WSC case scheduled for oral argument on May 13, 2021.

Click Here for a copy of the CDC Order.

The Washington Supreme Court ruling stays evictions for termination of tenancy for intent to sell or move-in is on hold.


On February 4, 2021 the Washington Supreme Court signed a ruling that places a hold on evictions related to the termination of tenancy due to the owner’s intent to sell or move-in. The issue before the Washington Supreme Court is whether or not the Federal CDC Eviction Moratorium requires a tenant to vacate after receiving notice to terminate tenancy for the owner’s intent to sell or move-in. The Washington Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on May 13, 2021.

Owners may continue to serve 60-day notices to terminate tenancy for their intent to sell or move-in to the property.

A Texas court ruled the CDC eviction moratorium as unconstitutional.

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