Residential Eviction Moratorium Extended in Oregon through June 2021
The Oregon legislature passed HB 4401 on December 21, 2020. The bill will go to Gov. Brown for signature shortly. HB 4401 extends Oregon’s residential eviction moratorium through June 30th, 2021. The law also provides for $220 million in relief funds for landlords. Landlords will be required to apply for the funds to reimburse unpaid rent, but will only be eligible for the funds if they agree to forgive 20% of unpaid rent.
The final language of HB 4401 has yet to be released, but we will continue to update information as it becomes available on the Buckley Law website. If you are a landlord and have any questions, please reach out to the Buckley Law real estate practice group at 503-620-8900.
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Richard Mario is a Shareholder and Attorney in Buckley Law’s Real Estate & Construction Law group. His practice includes business, estate planning, and real estate litigation. Richard is admitted to both the Arizona & Oregon State Bars. Richard’s practice has a particular focus on representing companies in all aspects of real estate related disputes. He handles all cases from simple to complex litigation with the focus on the clients’ needs.
Hannah Warner is an associate in Buckley Law’s Real Estate and Business Law group. Hannah’s practice includes residential and commercial real property sales and acquisitions, leasing, and real estate negotiations as well as business asset sales and acquisitions and related contractual and general counsel matters. Hannah also works with developers and individuals on land use applications, including conditional uses, code adjustments/variances, partitions/subdivisions, and zone changes.
Jordana Loughran is an associate in Buckley Law’s Real Estate & Construction Law group, working in tandem with the Litigation department. Her knowledge of business, real estate, and litigation matters enables her to provide custom strategies to achieve success for her clients. Jordana also has extensive experience with homeowner association and condominium law.
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