How long does it take for the Sheriff to serve an eviction notice?
It depends on the county. In my county, it takes about 30 - 60 days.
by seth j - 10 hours ago
The landlord did not want you to attend the court hearing because he wanted a clean eviction, he did not know if you would interfere in the eviction hearing. Usually the people move out before the sheriff gets there. It depends on how busy the sheriff is in your county. It could take anywhere from 7 to 60 days. Maybe you could get a ball park estimate from the sheriff's office, but they are usually prety closed mouthed on these things. This is costing your landlord money daily. Guess how much he wants them out. If you want to look up the court ordered eviction, you can read about it at the county court house., clerk of courts office.. It would be a small claims case.
by Bibs - 10 hours ago
Sounds like your landlord is feeding you a line. When they are served there will be a bright colored sticker on their door. Then the process goes from there. Also, your landlord is right about going to the hearing. Why cause more trouble? It would almost be like rubbing their face in the fact that they are being kicked out and could vandalize your car, ect..
by My Thoughts U Can't Decode - 10 hours ago
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