Gov. Brown issues commercial eviction ban

The governor is also preventing landlords from charging late fees.

Posted: Apr 1, 2020 4:15 PM

SALEM, Ore. – Gov. Kate Brown issued a commercial eviction ban on Wednesday.

The ban prevents businesses from being evicted over the next 90 days for nonpayment due to the impact of coronavirus.

"During this unprecedented public health crisis, too many Oregonians have found themselves with no way to pay the monthly rent for their homes and businesses," said Brown. "These are difficult times. This order will help Oregon small businesses stay in their locations without the threat of eviction."

The executive order also strengthens a previous ban on residential evictions, preventing landlords from charging late fees during the moratorium.

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