An eviction is a legal process in which a landlord removes a tenant from a rental property for breach of a rental agreement. A landlord that files an eviction lawsuit is referred to as the "plaintiff" and a tenant who the eviction lawsuit is filed against is referred to as the “defendant”. Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:30 AM.
STEP 3: Writ of Evictionin Unlawful Detainer Proceedings. Va. Code § 8.01-471, § 8.01-470, § 8.01-472. After the 10-day appeal period, the plaintiff files a Request for Writ of Evictionin Unlawful Detainer Proceedings with the clerk of the General District Court. The court sends the Writ of Eviction for the plaintiff to the Sheriff's Office.
A. Statutory Evictions. Ohio Revised Code Section 1923.04 allows for evictions against tenants of residential property by first posting a three day notice to vacate, then by filing a forcible entry and detainer action with the local court (usually the municipal court), attending a hearing, obtaining a writ of restitution and then, if necessary ...
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If you are dealing with less than this standard, Ohio law says you can break your lease for all practical purposes when they offer a home too unlivable to use. If your landlord violates health and safety codes, you have no additional responsibility for paying rent to them ( Ohio Rev. Code Ann. § 5321.07 ).