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Asked on: 6/04/13, 12:41 am

I went.to court.for.an.eviction judge gave me No final lockout prior to june 4 . i'm not done moving will sheriffs lock me out?

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Answered on: 6/04/13, 8:03 am by Anthony Roach

I don't understand what the trend is today towards people not using the zip code. It helps us help you a lot.

The sheriff does not perform a lockout until a writ of possession is issued, has been served on the tenants, and the time in the writ of possession has run. The tenant has five (5) days to vacate once the writ of possession is served. There is no extension for service by mail.


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Answered on: 6/05/13, 12:55 am by Terry A. Nelson

Yes. I assume the landlord got a writ for that purpose.


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