How long does an eviction take in colorado?

Answer Colorado tenant rights laws state that in some situations a landlord can write a letter instructing the tenants to vacate the premises within 3 days. After the 3 days the landlord can then request ... Read More »

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How long does a sheriff's eviction take?

Once you receive an eviction notice from the sheriff's department, you will have anywhere from a few days to six months to vacate the premises. When the sheriff comes to evict you, you will have ab... Read More »

How long does an eviction take in Indiana?

An eviction in Indiana can take any length of time. The landlord files a case against the tenant and a court hearing occurs. The court decides if the tenant is in violation of the lease. If there i... Read More »

How long does eviction take in Pennsylvania?

The Landlord-Tenant Law of 1951 in the state of Pennsylvania states that landlords must give tenants 30 days notice prior to an eviction for properties when the written lease is for less than one y... Read More »

How long is an eviction notice valid in Colorado?

Prior to obtaining a court order, the landlord must post written notice to the tenant informing him of the violation to the lease. The tenant then has three days, starting the day after the notice ... Read More »