Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-180 on Wednesday to increase the state’s moratorium on mortgage foreclosures and evictions by September 1, 2020, with restricted circumstances. Govt Order 20-94 was first signed on April 2, 2020, when the Governor suspended mortgage foreclosures actions for 45 days, and suspended evictions for non-payment of lease for a similar size of time.
The unique government order didn’t stop an affiliation from continuing with the processing of a pre-lien discover or a lien for the non-payment of assessments, nor did it embrace lien foreclosures causes of motion beneath Florida Statutes 718 and 720 for condominium and owners’ associations within the listing of those who couldn’t be pursued.
Govt Order 20-180, which extends the unique government order for a fourth time, limits the applicability of the moratorium to solely these mortgage foreclosures the place a single-family mortgagor (borrower) is unable to pay because of misplaced employment, diminished wages or enterprise revenue, or another financial loss straight associated to the COVID-19 emergency. It equally limits applicability of the moratorium to these eviction circumstances the place a residential tenant is unable to pay lease for a similar causes.
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