NC Eviction Resources
NC Eviction Resources
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On August 27, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court ended the nationwide eviction moratorium that the Centers for Disease Control issued earlier this month.

Here is the Court’s opinion doing that. The opinion doesn’t say when, or how, the moratorium must be ended. It lists no deadlines and spells out no procedures.

What, then, should you do if you are facing eviction? Here are some resources that may help.

Legal Aid of North Carolina
Toll-free helpline: 1-866-219-LANC

U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
This agency can help if you live in federal housing.

Lawyer Referral Service
This service will connect you with an attorney who specializes in your area of need for a 30-minute consultation. The cost is $50.

NC Attorney General
You can file a complaint with the Consumer Protection Division here.

For more free or low-cost legal resources, click here.

Finally, you can contact your state senator and/or representative. Don’t know who that is? Click here to search by your street address.