If you are a private mortgage lender, this article will provide you with an informative overview of the residential eviction process.

The residential eviction process begins when a tenant fails to pay rent or otherwise violates the terms of their lease. The landlord will then serve the tenant with a notice to vacate the premises. If the tenant does not comply with the notice, the landlord can file a complaint with the court.

Once the court issues a writ of possession, the sheriff will serve the tenant with a final notice to vacate the premises. If the tenant still does not comply, the sheriff will forcibly remove them from the property.

The residential eviction process can be complicated and time-consuming. However, it is important to understand the process if you are a landlord or a private mortgage lender.

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