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The Basic Eviction is the Fastest Eviction Service.
The Renter is served with the Summons and Complaint.
The renter has 5 days to file their responsive pleadings with the court.
If they move out, that will end you case.
In an Uncontested Eviction, we will request the Court to enter a Judgment in your favor. This is called a “default judgment.”
When that happens, we will request the Court issue an Order directing the Sheriff to remove the renter – that is called a “Writ.”
In about 20 days, the sheriff will restore possession back to you.
If, however, the renter files an answer, the case is called a Contested Eviction.
This may require us to file an opposition to their motion and a request to set trial.
During this period, we may request the renter produce documents – called “Discovery.”
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