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A moratorium is the temporary postponement of an activity. A moratorium on evictions means that landlords cannot evict tenants while the policy is in effect. This policy can be enacted at a city, county, state, or federal level. For example, eviction moratoria were established throughout the country for renters who could not pay rent during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
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