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Eviction Process

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3-Day Notice

This is the first process of an eviction. It is a notice the tenant receives that acts as a notification for the tenant to pay the full rent, or cure the violation, or vacate the property.

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5-Day Summons- Unlawful Detainer-Eviction

This notice is sent if the tenant does not respond to the 3-day notice. This is the official start of an eviction! the tenant is now referred to as the Defendant, and the landlord as the Plaintiff. This process is time sensitive, and can be very confusing to defendant’s who don’t understand how evictions work, It is highly recommend to seek professional help in responding to this notice. Once the defendant is served with this notice you are only given 5 days to respond which includes weekends, not major holidays. The burden is on the defendant to understand this process, and meet all deadlines, as the law permits. If no response is received by the defendant in 5 days after the serving of the 5-Day Summons, on the 6th day the plaintiff can default you. The plaintiff can win the eviction without ever seeing a judge. The Sheriff’s department now has grounds to come and force you to leave. At Smart Move Evictions we are very familiar with the process, and will respond to the courts on our client’s behalf, and meet all deadlines!

Sheriff Notice To Vacate

This notice comes after the plaintiff has won possession of the property in court, this portion of the eviction is generally the final step. This process can come very fast if you don’t know how to defend yourself in court. The sheriffs are notified and they have one job to uphold and that’s to kick all tenants out, and return the property back to your landlord! If you are searching for a company to assist you in stopping your lock out then I’m sure you are scared, and have so many questions. While It is our mission to delay evictions as long as possible, you don’t have much time at this point. Smart Move Evictions can get you in front of a judge within 24hrs to request the lockout be stopped. Contact our office to see what we can do for you, before your doors are locked.

3-Day Notice

This is the first process of an eviction. It is a notice the tenant receives that acts as a notification for the tenant to pay the full rent, or cure the violation, or vacate the property.

5-Day Summons-Unlawful Detainer-Eviction

This notice is sent if the tenant does not respond to the 3-day notice. This is the official start of an eviction! the tenant is now referred to as the Defendant, and the landlord as the Plaintiff. This process is time sensitive, and can be very confusing to defendant’s who don’t understand how evictions work, It is highly recommend to seek professional help in responding to this notice. Once the defendant is served with this notice you are only given 5 days to respond which includes weekends, not major holidays. The burden is on the defendant to understand this process, and meet all deadlines, as the law permits. If no response is received by the defendant in 5 days after the serving of the 5-Day Summons, on the 6th day the plaintiff can default you. The plaintiff can win the eviction without ever seeing a judge. The Sheriff’s department now has grounds to come and force you to leave. At Smart Move Evictions we are very familiar with the process, and will respond to the courts on our client’s behalf, and meet all deadlines!

Sheriff Notice To Vacate

This notice comes after the plaintiff has won possession of the property in court, this portion of the eviction is generally the final step. This process can come very fast if you don’t know how to defend yourself in court. The sheriffs are notified and they have one job to uphold and that’s to kick all tenants out, and return the property back to your landlord! If you are searching for a company to assist you in stopping your lock out then I’m sure you are scared, and have so many questions. While It is our mission to delay evictions as long as possible, you don’t have much time at this point. Smart Move Evictions can get you in front of a judge within 24hrs to request the lockout be stopped. Contact our office to see what we can do for you, before your doors are locked.

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Legal Dislaimer

Smart Move Eviction does not and cannot provide legal advice, and nothing on this site should be construed as such. The information on this site exists to provide legal information regarding non-attorney legal document preparation services, and does not constitute legal advice. Further more, Smart Move Eviction cannot give legal advice or provide legal representation in court. Smart Move Eviction is not a law firm or a substitute for an attorney. Services provided are not intended to create an attorney-client relationship. The primary purpose (among others) of the services provided by Smart Move Eviction are to assist you in preparing your documents for filing as Pro Se (representing yourself) and the filing of those documents in court. If an attorney is needed in your legal matter, Smart Move Eviction recommends you contact your local bar association. Smart Move Eviction cannot and does not guarantee the outcome of any legal matter worked on.

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