"Affidavit for Cause as It Relates to Chapter 65 of the Acts of 2020" - Massachusetts

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Affidavit for Cause as it relates to
TRIAL COURT OF
Chapter 65 of the Acts of 2020
MASSACHUSETTS
DOCKET NUMBER
COURT NAME:
Reset Court
Housing Court:
CASE NAME
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[In Matter of]
[v.]
Affidavit for Cause as it relates to Chapter 65 of the Acts of 2020
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, affirm under the pains and
I,
penalities of perjury as follows:
1. This summary process matter concerns property located at:
This matter is filed for cause as defined by chapter 65 of the Acts of 2020, and as further defined in
Housing Court Standing Order 5-20.
2. This summary process action is essential under the eviction moratorium legislation and therefore requires
the court's immediate attention. Specifically, the matter concerns one or both of the following: (a) criminal
activity that may impact the health or safety of other residents, health care workers, emergency personnel,
persons lawfully on the subject property or the general public; or (b) lease violations that may impact the health
or safety of other residents, health care workers, emergency personnel, persons lawfully on the subject
property or the general public.
3. I understand that if the court determines at any point throughout the judicial proceedings that this case is
not essential as set forth in the eviction moratorium legislation, the matter shall be dismissed forthwith, without
prejudice.
4. I further understand that if I sought to have this matter advanced for scheduling, pursuant to Housing Court
Standing Order 5-20, and the court deems the matter as non-essential as it relates to Chapter 65 of the Acts of
2020, the matter shall be returned to the docket to be scheduled at a date and time determined by the court.
Signed under the penalties of perjury,
SIGNATURE
DATED
X
PRINT OR TYPE NAME LANDLORD/PLAINTIFF/ PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL AND COUNSEL'S BBO NUMBER (if applicable)
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Affidavit for Cause as it relates to
TRIAL COURT OF
Chapter 65 of the Acts of 2020
MASSACHUSETTS
DOCKET NUMBER
COURT NAME:
Reset Court
Housing Court:
CASE NAME
Print Form
[In Matter of]
[v.]
Affidavit for Cause as it relates to Chapter 65 of the Acts of 2020
the plaintiff or plaintiff's attorney, affirm under the pains and
I,
penalities of perjury as follows:
1. This summary process matter concerns property located at:
This matter is filed for cause as defined by chapter 65 of the Acts of 2020, and as further defined in
Housing Court Standing Order 5-20.
2. This summary process action is essential under the eviction moratorium legislation and therefore requires
the court's immediate attention. Specifically, the matter concerns one or both of the following: (a) criminal
activity that may impact the health or safety of other residents, health care workers, emergency personnel,
persons lawfully on the subject property or the general public; or (b) lease violations that may impact the health
or safety of other residents, health care workers, emergency personnel, persons lawfully on the subject
property or the general public.
3. I understand that if the court determines at any point throughout the judicial proceedings that this case is
not essential as set forth in the eviction moratorium legislation, the matter shall be dismissed forthwith, without
prejudice.
4. I further understand that if I sought to have this matter advanced for scheduling, pursuant to Housing Court
Standing Order 5-20, and the court deems the matter as non-essential as it relates to Chapter 65 of the Acts of
2020, the matter shall be returned to the docket to be scheduled at a date and time determined by the court.
Signed under the penalties of perjury,
SIGNATURE
DATED
X
PRINT OR TYPE NAME LANDLORD/PLAINTIFF/ PLAINTIFF'S COUNSEL AND COUNSEL'S BBO NUMBER (if applicable)
www.mass.gov/courts/forms
Page 1 of 1
HC: 4/30/2020