Q: How to get ejection form started
Someone is living in their mobile home on our property with no lease and no payments. They have been given a 30day verbal to move and then a 10 day notarized written to which they ignored both. How do we proceed to get them off the property
A: Alabama has a self-help law for landlords. Its easy for you to file your own eviction proceeding.
Just visit the Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in your county, ask for an eviction form (the official name of which is an unlawful detainer form), fill it out, give it back to the Clerk with the fee (which I believe is $297.00) and then be in court when the case is set, which the Clerk will explain to you.
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