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Question by  patsy (37)

What should I know about a writ of eviction?


Answer by  withluck (1745)

After first receiving an eviction notice, you should contact the court and find out your court date and the time you will be given to vacate the property after the court appearance. Also, you should check and see if a civil suit will be filed for money owed and damages.


Answer by  Ann89 (613)

A writ of eviction basically evicts the party from the property. A writ gives a party legal authority to act on the written order.


Answer by  fxdb (11)

In almost every state landlords are required to give. tennants a five day notice.This should have all information as address and names of tennant and the relevant violations that occured. and should be delivered by hand or mail. Go to the county cler, file the paperwork and pay the fees. The tennant is usually served by the Sheriff


Answer by  HUNM25 (713)

It basically requires that the landlord give sufficient notice to the tenant for evacuation. This is about 5 days or so.


Answer by  flamiss22 (5081)

You should know the most important thing, if you get one make sure you get an attorney and have somewhere to go because the sheriff will be putting you out.


Answer by  Dean (4035)

Most states require a writ of eviction in which the landlord notifies a tenant with a "five-day notice" or " tenancy termination." The provides that a certain number of days must be given before eviction proceedings are begun. Each state has specific requirements for the language of this document, as well as the number of days.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

This is a legal notice that you are being evicted. You must move out before the date on the writ or sheriffs can help move you out.

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