Today, Governor Sisolak signed Emergency Directive 025, which will gradually lift the moratorium on evictions. He urged landlords and tenants to work together and collaborate on repayment plans. Directive 025 lifts the moratorium on evictions and foreclosures imposed by Directive 008 in phases by allowing residential evictions and foreclosures to resume in full on September 1 for non-payment of rents and no cause evictions. Late fees or penalties for non-payment of rent or mortgage payments may not be charged retroactively.
The press release, directive, and guidance can be found here:
Governor Sisolak announces gradual lift to eviction moratorium, announces rental assistance program
Directive 025 – Gradual Lift of Evictions Moratorium
Guidance for Tenants under Directive 025 – FAQs
Guidance for Landlords and Tenants – General FAQs
Guidance for Landlords under Directive 025 – FAQs
Lease Addendum and Promissory Note for Rental Arrearages Due to COVID-19
Guidance for Commercial Properties under Directive 025 – FAQs
The Interim Finance Committee met today and voted on agency budget cuts and one-time appropriations. The budget cuts included $21.5 million in reversed one-shot appropriations and another $66.9 million cut from state agencies and departments.
The list of cuts and full agenda can be found HERE.
The weekly situation report can be found HERE.
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