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Housing advocates protest on the eviction moratorium in New York. (Photo credit: AP)

  • The temporary ban in eviction was put in place because of COVID-19
  • The Supreme Court said the CDC lacked the authority to impose the ban
  • The moratorium had been scheduled to expire October 3

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Gary Zaremba, a landlord, stands at the back entrance of one of his rental properties (Photo Credit: AP)

  • A US Court of Appeals for DC refused to block the eviction moratorium
  • The eviction freeze was reinstated by CDC earlier this month
  • The Supreme Court had voted to allow the moratorium to continue till July

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The battle will now go to the US Supreme Court. (Photo Credit- representative image/Unsplash)

  • The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia rejected a bid by the landlords to block the eviction moratorium
  • The CDC issued a new moratorium earlier this month
  • Earlier in June, the Supreme Court allowed the moratorium to continue

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Joe Biden had put the onus on CDC. (Photo Credit: AFP)

  • The eviction ban is expected to help millions of Americans keep their homes amid a rise in COVID-19 cases
  • President Biden had hinted at a fresh ban earlier on Tuesday
  • The Biden administration had earlier said that a Supreme Court ruling prevented such a ban