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CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Nevada's last moratorium on residential evictions is set to end on Sept. 1.
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — Gov. Steve Sisolak signed into law Friday a measure allowing courts to slow down the rental eviction process to allow landlords and tenants to try to work out a resolution.
The pandemic has seen Nevada’s jobless rate skyrocket and its residents scrambling for unemployment money.
The moratorium that Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak put on evictions in late March was only meant to last until the end of the COVID-19 state of emergency.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has signed an emergency directive to gradually lift the moratorium on evictions, strongly urging landlords and tenants to work together on payment plans.
Governor Steve Sisolak announced a halt to all evictions - both residential and commercial - while the state of emergency caused by the coronavirus is in effect.
Sparks Justice Court has joined Las Vegas Justice Court in suspending eviction proceedings for 30 days.
Southern Nevada courts are halting eviction proceedings, at least for now, in response to COVID-19.
Judges in Henderson, North Las Vegas, and Las Vegas have issued administrative orders that suspend proceedings for 30 days. Some 36,000 eviction cases came through the courts last year.
Evictions used to be a rare occurrence, but that's changing in Clark County.