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What About Evictions After the Supreme Court’s Decision to Block Safer at Home?

It’s a question attorneys and their landlord clients have been asking, recently. Jennifer Hayden of Petrie + Petrie S.C. in Milwaukee provides an answer in a recent blog post.

Short answer: The Wisconsin Supreme Court decision to block a statewide safer at home extension was “narrowly tailored” to that specific order and did not lift enforceability of an emergency order that blocked evictions until May 27.

Read the full blog post.

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