Hungary extends eviction freeze to Jul 1.

By bne IntelliNews March 18, 2011
The parliament endorsed a proposal of the ruling party Fidesz to extend until July 1 the moratorium on eviction of persons with default on mortgage loans from the previous deadline April 15, Portfolio.hu reported. In 2010, Hungary practically eliminated foreign currency mortgage lending for households as it prohibited entering a lien upon a real estate if it was result of mortgage loan contract in foreign currency by individuals.

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