Answer: Approximately 7 to 10 days. The process is as follows: After the court enters a judgment for possession of real property, the landlord may obtain a writ of possession from the court clerk by submitting a written request and paying $25. The writ of possession is then forwarded to […]
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In an eviction action for non-payment of rent, is the landlord required to prove that the tenant actually received the Three Day Notice To Pay Rent Or Quit?
Answer: No. It is enough that the landlord properly served a Three Day Notice To Pay Rent Or Quit in accordance with applicable law (i.e. by personal service, substitute service, or nail and mail). The landlord is not required to prove that the tenant actually received the notice. On the […]
Answer: No. The landlord is not required to serve a Proof of Service along with a Three Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit. However, after the notice is served, the person serving the notice should complete and sign a Proof of Service. If an eviction action becomes necessary, then […]