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Federal COVID-19 Laws Impacting Community Associations

Federal COVID-19 Laws Impacting Community Associations

When President Trump signed the March 13, proclamation declaring a National Emergency Concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak, a number of federal actions impacting community associations were enforced. Federal regulatory agencies mandated moratoriums on mortgage foreclosures and evictions and instituted loan forbearance programs. Congress passed stimulus legislation impacting small businesses, employees, and individuals.

Government Regulations Impacting Communities Due to COVID-19

Government Regulations Impacting Communities Due to COVID-19

Federal Government Action-Federal regulatory agencies have mandated moratoriums on mortgage foreclosures and evictions and instituted loan forbearance programs. Congress passed stimulus legislation impacting small businesses, employees, and individuals. State Government Action-CAI is tracking state government action, and we’ve compiled the following information: Emergency Declarations, State Health Department, State at Home Order, Foreclosure Actions, and Eviction Actions.

What COVID-19 Means for 2020 State Legislative Sessions

What COVID-19 Means for 2020 State Legislative Sessions

As of March 18, NCSL reports 16 states and one territory have postponed their legislative sessions: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virgin Islands, and Wisconsin. Some are considering scheduling special sessions for later this year. Many of these postponements and suspensions will last until the end of March when legislators will reassess the status of the COVID-19 pandemic.

2020 State Legislative Trends – Part 1

2020 State Legislative Trends – Part 1

As of today, 39 state legislatures have convened, and CAI is tracking more than 1,000 bills impacting community associations. Based on the bills that have been introduced this year and trends from last year, we anticipate our advocacy efforts will focus on several...

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