What’s the difference between the terms dispossessory and eviction?
A dispossessory and eviction filing typically refer to the same process. A dispossessory proceeding is an eviction lawsuit that is filed in the court. Normally theses type of cases are filed for non-payment of rent and/or holding over beyond the terms of the lease. The terms dispossessory and eviction are frequently used interchangeably.
What is the process for filing a dispossessory/eviction?
Do I need to have a attorney to file a dispossessory/eviction?
While we encourage our customers to engage an attorney for representation and/or legal advice in their dispossessory/eviction cases, depending on the jurisdiction of where the property is located an attorney may or may not be required. Whether it’s your attorney/agent or self-file we’ll keep you informed and up to date regarding your dispossessory/eviction filings.