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What happens after the Tenant is served with the Eviction Notice?

The Tenant has five days after being served (this excludes day of service, holidays and weekends)
to respond, in writing, to the Court.

  • If the defendant fails to comply with the Evictions Summons within 5 days, the
    landlord can obtain a Motion for Default. Once the Default has been entered,
    the judge will then grant a Writ of Possession. There is an additional $70.00
    charge that you must pay to the Sheriff's Office for serving the writ.
  • If the defendant complies with the summons, a hearing may be scheduled and
    all parties will receive a Notice of Hearing by mail from the judge's office. The
    landlord will be required to appear in person for court unless represented by
    an attorney.

 
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