Eviction Protection for Residents of Florida

For residents of:

South Florida and beyond

Provided by:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Ideal for:

Individuals & Families Facing Eviction

Protect yourself from eviction if you’re struggling to pay rent.

Coming Soon
December 31, 2020


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To receive protection, a resident must:

  • Demonstrate an effort to have received available government rental assistance.
  • Certify that one of the below is true:

             (i)Yearly income maximum for 2020: $99,000 (individual), $198,000 (if filing a joint tax return),
             (ii) Were not required to file taxes in 2019,
             (iii) Received a stimulus check.

  • Are unable to pay rent because of income loss or medical expenses.
  • Agree to make partial rent payment, if they can afford to.
  • Demonstrate an eviction would result in homelessness or force them tight, crowded or substandard living arrangements.

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Submit for Eviction Protection

While the CDC's eviction moratorium is valid through the end of 2020, this protection is not automatic. Tenants and all adult household members must take additional steps to temporarily prevent eviction.

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