2021 - Camden County Eviction Prevention Fund

In 2021, it predicted that over 30,000 New Jersey residents will face eviction. On March 19, 2020, New Jersey Governor Philip Murphy issued Executive Order 106, which suspended evictions throughout the state. This is called an “eviction moratorium,” and it means that, except in rare circumstances, no tenant may be removed from his or her home as a result of an eviction proceeding. The state eviction moratorium will last until two months after Governor Murphy declares an end to the COVID-19 health crisis. The Governor has extended the official public health emergency several times, most recently through Executive Order 191, which will expire on November 25. Unless the Governor extends the emergency again, or ends it early, the eviction moratorium will therefore last at least until January 25, 2021.

The federal government has failed to present and approve new federal legislation surrounding enhanced stimulus for disadvantaged NJ residents as a result, many New Jersey residents will face an incredible hardship at the end of January 2021.  And even if the federal government approved a stimulus package, it may too little too late to stave off the plethora of landlord petitions seeking relief for delayed and unpaid rent.  Help us provide a helping hand and keep New Jersey residents safe, sound and housed.
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