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Residential Evictions

New Hampshire. Circuit Court. District Division. Evictions

New Hampshire Emergency Rental Assistance Program

A federally funded New Hampshire Emergency Rental Assistance Program (NHERAP) launched March 15 to provide assistance to eligible residents of New Hampshire who cannot pay their rent and utilities due to the  COVID-19 pandemic. NHERAP will be administered by New Hampshire Housing Finance Authority (NHHFA), in collaboration with the Governor’s Office for Emergency Relief and Recovery (GOFERR).

To be eligible for rental or utility assistance, at least one person in the household must have qualified for unemployment benefits, had their income reduced, had significant costs, or had other financial hardship due to COVID-19. The household must be at risk for homelessness or housing instability, and meet certain income requirements.

The five regional Community Action Partnership (CAP) agencies will administer applications and payments for the program. Full program guidelines and the NHERAP application (online and a printable form) are available online at the Community Action Partnership website. 

Help for Tenants

Help Sessions for Tenants Facing Eviction

New Hampshire Legal Assistance (NHLA) and 603 Legal Aid offered free online help sessions for tenants facing eviction.

During these Eviction Clinics, legal aid attorneys and paralegals explained tenants’ rights during an eviction and answered questions. They did not provide legal advice for specific cases at the clinics.

The sessions were recorded and are available on NHLA’s YouTube channel

More information:  at nhlegalaid.org or call 1-800-639-5290.

Help for Landlords