how to fight the eviction process in florida?

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Answered: Can a judge deny a eviction

This is America and a because it is a judge can do anything. I don't know what this other guy who answered your question was talking about but he's obviously got some pent up angst about condemnation of property and wrecked balls, but I digress. If you're still living there continue to pay your ...

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Answered: How to stop eviction proceedings from my House in Suffolk county after

In order to stop your eviction you need to file a "motion to quash" which is saying that they didn't serve you the notice according to the law. I do not practice law in NY. Be aware that it will only by you a little bit of time because there will be a little delay prior to the hearing where the ...

Answered: I have been served with eviction notice. If I pay the amount due, can I

In Florida, once given the notice to vacate, you must give the money owed to the court. It is like an escrow account. Once this is done the court will stop the eviction proceedings. I think you only have 3 days to do. George~

Answered: How to file an eviction notice through houston county court dothan

You would go to the county court house and ask the receptionists at the window and ask for the forms you need.
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You will have to call the sheriff's office and file formal eviction papers, that they will serve the deadbeat renter. As far as collecting the back rent, good luck. You will have to file a claim in small claims court, of course the judge will rule in your favor, but if they the renters, have ...