Frequently Asked Questions:
1) Why should I file an eviction?
2) What information do I need to have for the next step in filing the eviction with you?
3) How long does an eviction take?
4) How do I start the process with “Evictthem”?
5. Why do evictions happen?
6. What are the grounds for evicting a tenant?
- Nonpayment of rent
- Nuisance/ Drug Violation
- Lease violation
- Lease Expiration
7. If there are more than one tenant at the property will the fees differ?
Yes, but not by much. For every tenant whom is listed on the lease there will be an extra charge per the county/sheriff.
8. After an eviction, can the tenant come back to pick up previous left behind items?
Once the tenant has been officially evicted from the property, anything left behind is up to the landlord discretion.
9. Does the Sheriff office have to be involved during the eviction?
Yes, The sheriff must be present during the repossession of the property per law.
10. Do I pay Evictthem before or after the Eviction?
As the bundle prices include fees required by the Clerk of Court and Sheriff’s Office, the requirements for payment are due before any services have been rendered.
11. If I have certain questions regarding my personal case, whom can I contact directly?
.All upcoming dates are managed through google calendar. You are also able to login to your personal account to check any updates as we update immediately with any developments.If any questions still persist, you are able to reach Evictthem via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at (941) 404- 8557
12. What happens if the tenant decides to take the eviction to court?
We are not licensed lawyers. If the tenant decides to take this matter to court, we will not be able to represent the plaintiff and/or provide any legal consultation.
13. Can we skip the 3-day notice and immediately file the complaint with the Clerk of the Circuit Court?
No. The tenant is obligated to receive a 3 day proper written notice prior to filing the complaint with the Clerk to come up with the amount of rent past due or decide whether they want to proceed to court hearings.