After a long hard fight with your Tenant to recover your property when they’ve failed to pay the rent or failed to abide by the lease in some other way that led to an Eviction, your first question is, “So when can we actually force them to leave?”
There are still a few steps. The Eviction Judgment is only part of it.
Your next procedure involves a document signed by the Judge called a Writ of Possession, but that document alone is not enough. Today’s video explains how it works, and what your role is in executing the Writ.

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