FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ’s)
Access to court case
To qualify, you must sign the Tenant Declaration and deliver it to your landlord.
CDC Declaration - English - Do I qualify for the CDC Eviction Freeze?
CDC Declaration - English - Eviction Protection Declaration (cdc.gov)
CDC Declaration - Spanish - [FORMULARIO] DECLARACIÓN SUJETA A SANCIONES POR FALSO TESTIMONIO EN RELACIÓN CON LA ORDEN DE LOS CENTROS PARA EL CONTROL Y LA PREVENCIÓN DE ENFERMEDADES PARA LA SUSPENSIÓN TEMPORAL DE DESALOJOS A FIN DE PREVENIR UNA MAYOR PROPAGACIÓN DEL COVID-19 (cdc.gov)
Do I qualify for the CDC Eviction Freeze? - To qualify for the CDC moratorium tenants must be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and complete and return the CDC Declaration to their landlord.
CDC Declaration - Other Languages - https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/covid-eviction-declaration.html
Rental assistance information - https://housing.nv.gov/Resources/COVID-19/Renter_Assistance/
Where can I get help with rent payments? - If you are one of the many Nevadan’s struggling to pay your monthly rent due to being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic the Governor, in partnership with the Treasurer’s office, has created the CARES Housing Assistance Program to provide help.
Legal aid resources for those that qualify - https://www.nvbar.org/lawyerreferral/pro-bono-for-the-public/
Where can I get legal help? - The U.S. Federal Poverty Line (FPL) for a single person is $12,880. For a family of four it’s $26,500. In Nevada, legal aid organizations may assist those with legal needs living from 125% - 200% of the FPL. Check with your local legal aid service provider for income eligibility criteria. Some senior services have no income requirements for those at least 60 years of age.
Not income-eligible? - Use the State Bar of Nevada’s Lawyer Referral Service
Court Self-Help Centers – Court self-help centers are located in Las Vegas and Reno.
Las Vegas - Civil Law Self-Help Center - https://www.civillawselfhelpcenter.org/forms/eviction-housing-forms
COVID-19 Toolkit - If you lost your job or are struggling with debt, this toolkit is for you. It contains information & tips to get you through some of the issues you may be facing as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Clark County CHAP Landlord Assistance Program - Landlords can assist tenants in applying for Clark County rental assistance on this linkClark County CHAP Landlord Assistance Program- Landlords can assist tenants in applying for Clark County rental assistance on this link
Nevada CARES Housing Assistance Program - Landlords may direct tenants to apply at one of the links