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The writ of possession is an order directing the Sheriff to remove the tenant and the personal property from the premises. A writ can issue if the defendant failed to file an answer or if the judge entered an order granting a writ of possession.
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There are generally two grounds upon which a dispossessory may be filed:1) The tenant fails to pay rent that is due.2) The tenant is holding over beyond the term of the lease.
Yes. The filing fee is $210.00 plus an additional $50.00 per sheriff service.