Can my landlord just kick me out now?

Currently, the CDC has extended the Eviction Moratorium until October 3, 2021, for those areas with a high risk of transmission. However, the eviction moratorium is only in regard to individuals and families who are unable to pay rent due to COVID-19 related reasons. Landlords can still move forward with filing evictions if a tenant has committed non-remediable lease violations. If you are unable to pay your rent and live in a high COVID-19 transmission rate, please download the CDC Eviction Moratorium Declaration form and submit it to your landlord or property management company right away.  Landlords can also issue notices of non-renewal before your lease is set to expire. The timeframe for non-renewal notification is contingent upon your lease. However, your landlord cannot arbitrarily “kick” you out without going through the legal process.

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1. How long do I have before my landlord can evict me?
2. Do I need show up for my court date?
3. What are my rights as a renter?
4. Can my landlord just kick me out now?
5. What should I do if my landlord tries to illegally lock me out of my rental?
6. Can I negotiate with my landlord to avoid eviction and catch up on the past-due rent?
7. What bills should I pay if I can’t afford all my expenses?
8. I need help, but don’t know where to go. Where do I start?
9. What additional resources are available?