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What is the length of time for the Eviction process in Florida
What is the length of time for an Eviction

There is no set answer as to the Length of Time of the Florida Eviction Process.  However, there are factors that determine when it will begin and end.

Uncontested Evictions

This takes 3 to 4 weeks.  If the Tenant does not respond, the Landlord will file a Motion for Default and a Judgment will be entered.  Thereafter, the Sheriff will execute a Writ of Possession allowing them to sweep the property and change the locks.

Contested Evictions

This may take longer.  For Example, if a Tenant hires an Attorney, the case will be extended.   If they are being sued for failure to pay to pay rent, they are required to deposit it into the Registry.  Hiring an attorney can be effective in delaying the Eviction.  In addition,  the Court will set the matter for mediation within 2 weeks.

Therefore, it is important that the Landlord follow 83 to avoid any delays.   If you are being Evicted, you should retain an attorney that can defend you.    If you have questions about the Length of Time of the Florida Eviction Process, contact your Broward County Eviction Attorneys and Palm Beach County Eviction Attorneys at 954 Eviction Attorneys, PLLC @ 954.323.2529.

With offices Broward and Palm Beach County, our Lawyers are available 24 hours a day to answer your concerns.

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