The sheriff has scheduled the lockout and evicted the tenant from the property.
The landlord now has possession of the property.
The landlord must hold on to the items for 15 days after the sheriff lockout takes place and give the tenant an opportunity to reclaim the items at a mutually convenient time.
How long does it take for a sheriff to evict you?
The sheriff lockout is the final step in a tenant’s eviction proceedings. Once a tenant receives a notice to vacate, they have only five days to leave the premises before the sheriff’s deputies may arrive and force the tenants to go, then change the locks on the dwelling.
What happens when a sheriff comes to evict you?
The Sheriff does not have to tell you when they are coming to evict you. If you have an eviction order against you, the Sheriff could come to change your locks on any weekday after the date the Board ordered you to move out. It’s important to act quickly. But the Sheriff does not have to send you a notice.
Can you stop the eviction process?
Eviction is a court process and your landlord cannot have you removed from the premises until a court order has been issued. There are very few ways to stop an eviction for non-payment of rent, if you actually owe the money, besides paying your rent in full within the three day timeframe.
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