Get ready to move
August 12, 2022
By Site Producer Attorney & Retired Law Professor
Expect the new owner to give you a Notice to Vacate and then file a Forcible Entry and Detainer action in court to have the court order you to move out.
This increases costs for the new owner, who can ask that you be ordered to pay them, so it costs you more if you don’t move on your own.
Forcible Entry and Detainer Overview
If you receive a notice about a court hearing, we recommend that you go to court at the time set for the court hearing even if you already have moved out.
If possible, be sure that all of your belongings are moved out before the court hearing or at the very latest before the date that the judge orders that the “writ will issue” (usually 5 days after the hearing). If you have not moved by the date that the writ issues, the new owner can have the constable or sheriff come to remove you on that day and is not required to give you any more time to move your belongings. This can make it difficult and cost you more.
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