The opponents of the eviction ban related to the coronavirus pandemic introduced by the federal government took an action against it on the 14th of August. They asked one of the federal appeals courts to put a block on the provision of the policy that was introduced recently. It is to be noted that the said fresh provision was introduced by the administration of Joe Biden, the President, under extreme pressure. It took place last week. The extraversion of the eviction ban was made to expire by them.
Eviction Ban Bumps
The ones who contacted the court of appeals of Washington Dc were the “National Association of Realtors” and some landlords. They demanded the court to take immediate action against the decision given in relation to the eviction ban. They voiced their demands for the prevention of the enforcement of the CDC-issued moratorium. The DC Circuit might give its ruling by next week. All those lawyers who are opposing the said policy of eviction ban stated that the department of justice had given their agreement in scheduling a calling for the briefs. The briefs were to be filed at the court on Wednesday.
However, the interests of the real estate also went on to ask the judges to give an action immediately. They stated the remarks that were given by the Democratic President last week. They claimed the fact that even if the policy was reissued, then it would be followed by the people despite the courts giving it an illegal title. A panel of judges of the circuit issued one of the orders on the 14h of August. They did adopt the briefing schedule that was adopted but failed to commit to any ruling by the 19th of August.