Most of the tenants of the United States of America are under the thrust of losing their homes and rentals. And this comes at a time when there is very little possibility for the stimulus check coronavirus aid to be provided to the people. The highest court of appeal of the country just recently released its statement with regard to the subject of eviction moratorium. The administration of President Joe Biden had stated a different plan concerning the subject.
Stimulus Checks- Why The Hurry?
The Supreme Court of the country stated that the eviction moratorium was “unlawfully” administered by the CDC of the country. This ruling was introduced just after one day of the statement of the treasury department of the country. The department revealed that only a small part of rental stimulus checks was provided to the people out of a very large amount. The stimulus check financial aid payments would have helped a lot of renters who are financially struggling. They could have paid the bills with the money.
The administration of the Democratic President of the country is now taking some active steps in order to ensure that the renters receive a stimulus check financial aid payments as soon as they can. Previously, the landlords were not allowed to evict tenants from their houses as that would cause a public gathering which was bad for the ongoing pandemic. However, the Supreme Court ruled that the CDC had no right to take such decisions. It was stated by the White House that neither a state nor a locality should make any delay in providing the stimulus check financial aid to the needy. Since the US Congress has already provided the funds, they must distribute them as soon as possible.