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Expect landlords to file for millions of evictions this week, clogging up the courts and sparking backlash from renters and advocates

Man holds anti eviction sign in front of tall building and chain link fence.

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Millions of Americans could wake up to eviction notices on their front doors. 

A Supreme Court ruling that only Congress can extend the ban on evictions, enacted in March 2020 to help stop the spread of COVID-19, prevailed Sunday over a last-ditch, too-little, too-late plea from the Biden White House.

What comes next? We know that 7.4 million households are behind on rent, according to US Census Bureau data. We also know that many landlords owed outstanding payments are itching to recoup as much income as fast as they can.

“The landlords are preparing their notices to details ⇒

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