I want a police escort and need to know the proper way to handle this. My roommate was going into my room and stealing my things and I have proof on camera. She is bitter and is refusing to let me have my belongings. She claims I have plenty of money and parents to buy myself replacements of... Read more »
You are subject to either a Detainer Warrant or Ejectment, outside an Order of Protection (immediate). If served or posted, you go to Court. Possession is given to the Plaintiff and you then have ten days to appeal. Otherwise a Writ of Possession is executed for the Sheriff to remove you.
Guest of home owner wishes that said guests would vacate property once granted for a short period, now no longer granted to leave said property. Guest were granted access to home, for a period of time, to find new housing, violated verbal agreement, by not finding other housing within that time... Read more »
When my husband's parents passed away last year, we inherited their home. About a month later, we got a note from the HOA that they hadn't paid most of the time, about $1280 worth. Now that our name is on the deed, are we responsible for that past due amount? I've looked through the... Read more »
You could wait until a Detainer Warrant is served upon you. The full removal process would usually be 45 days or longer. But the owner may mess with you, like cutting off utilities, etc. You might ask for money to leave fast.
The Plaintiff (Landlord) won the Detainer Warrant hearing by default as I could not appear due to my being hospitalized the night before the Hearing at 9 am. (However, I had no real defense, I was behind and had no way to come up with what I owed; 2 months rent, so I was expecting to lose at the... Read more »
If you are still in possession ten days after the Judgment, then the landlord can ask for a
Writ of Possession to issue. Usually the Sheriff will contact you to leave prior to force, but it is not required. Not going to Court probably forfeited your Security Deposit which you did not...Read more »
Landlord/Owner has a right to go on leasehold. It is probably in your Lease with a notice provision, which is why they told you. Trying to prevent the landlord's lawful entry will be a breach of contract and grounds for a Detainer Warrant. I would take pictures of everything before I left.
SOL of property torts is 3 years. So the owner has plenty of time to sue you for damages. I would think they would keep your security deposit and forget about the rest. But if they serve you with a Civil Warrant, go to Court and deny any such damages.
Have you been served with a Detainer Warrant? Have you went to Court and the Judge granted the owner's request for possession? If not, then the Detainer Process has not been completed. If so, then after the time for an appeal expires, a Writ of Possession can be executed which physically...Read more »
I live in a mobile home. My landlord, whose name is on the land, passed away in April. We had a verbal agreement, with his brother as a witness, that said I am allowed to live here as long as I wish and said on multiple occasions that his daughters will honor that if anything happens. I have been a... Read more »
If you are the titled owner, you can break the door down. But do not get in a fight, or you will be arrested and the occupant will have leverage. Hire an attorney to file a Detainer Warrant For Possession Only immediately.
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