Alabama Governor Lifts Moratorium on Unlawful Detainer Actions
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey has issued an Order modifying her previous orders concerning the moratorium on unlawful detainer and evictions actions. By Order issued May 21, 2020, Governor Ivey has removed the moratorium on unlawful detainer and evictions cases effective at 12 a.m. on June 1, 2020. Landlords are now able to proceed with unlawful detainer actions as before, including for monetary violations. All aspects of the Alabama Landlord Tenant Act still apply. If you are a landlord and we can assist you with any unlawful detainer or evictions issues please contact us. You can find a copy of Governor's Ivey's Order here https://governor.alabama.gov/newsroom/2020/05/tenth-supplemental-state-of-emergency-coronavirus-covid-19/?mc_cid=0e0690538f&mc_eid=776784f588
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