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Choose from more than 900 textbooks from leading academic publishing partners along with additional resources, tools, and content. Subscribe to our Newsletter Get the latest tips, news, and developments. The Eviction Lab is a research organization dedicated to studying the prevalence, causes, and consequences of eviction. The database it has built represents the largest accumulation of U. What data has the Eviction Lab collected? The data we collected is comprised of formal eviction records from 48 states and the District of Columbia. Eviction records include information related to an eviction court case, such as defendant and plaintiff names, the defendant’s address, monetary judgment information, and an outcome for the case.
The Eviction Lab has also collected state reported, county-level statistics on landlord-tenant cases filed from 27 states, New York City, and the District of Columbia. Together, these statistics represent all the known information on the number of evictions filed in counties and made publically-available by municipalities. Are these all the evictions that have taken place? Evictions can happen outside of the courtroom, as when landlords pay renters to leave or execute illegal lockouts. Informal evictions are not captured in our dataset.