TX SUPREME COURT: MOST Renters Cannot Be Evicted FOR NOW

Some counties in North Texas have already postponed eviction hearings beyond the April 19 deadline.

Dallas County suspended eviction proceedings until May 18.

The moratoriums buy tenants time while they wait for unemployment benefits, federal stimulus checks or other sources of income. But the order does not absolve renters of their obligation to pay rent.

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