A 14-Day Notice of Eviction and warrant of eviction is the last notice before an officer (marshal, sheriff or constable) comes to  remove you from your home.

If you get a 14-Day Notice of Eviction, you will be evicted unless you ask the Court in writing to stop or delay the eviction.

Do not ignore the notice.

Download the PDF for steps to take if you get an eviction notice.

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Last Reviewed: April 20, 2023