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A dispossessory warrant is a term used to refer to eviction proceedings brought by a landlord against a tenant. A dispossessory warrant is issued to evict someone (the lessee) from real property. We will file the paperwork in order to start the eviction process. If the paperwork has already been filed in Magistrate Court, Eviction Depot can attend the hearing for you via a Power of Attorney so that you not have to spend an entire day at the courthouse.



Our experienced eviction labor crews (consisting of at least 3-5 eviction specialists and one supervisor depending on county requirements) . They coordinate the scheduling of the eviction with the appropriate Marshall’s/ Sheriff’s Dept. to ensure they will be there on time. We will also secure the property by providing locksmith services.


Clean Out:

If your tenant has already vacated, or if the eviction has been done, the property may still need work in order to get it back in shape for occupancy Eviction Depot can provide you with our “clean-out” and hauling service that will start getting the Property ready to present to a potential tenant.  Further, we can assign you one of our Rent Ready specialist who will assist you with estimates and coordinating with our preferred vendors in order to get the Property back on the market.

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