Can a landlord file a judgment of possession and warrant of eviction?

Can a landlord file a judgment of possession and warrant of eviction?

The landlord is also seeking the authority to attach certain of the tenant’s assets to collect back rent due. This is the foundation of the eviction process in NY. After a landlord wins a landlord tenant eviction proceeding, the judge will issue a judgment of possession (with a money award for any back rent) and a warrant of eviction.

When to file a satisfaction of judgment form?

The Satisfaction of Judgment form should be signed by the judgment creditor when the judgment is paid, and then filed with the court clerk.

Where can I fill out a California prejudgment claim?

Use Fill to complete blank online CALIFORNIA pdf forms for free. Once completed you can sign your fillable form or send for signing. All forms are printable and downloadable. form cp10.5 PREJUDGMENT CLAIM OF RIGHT TO POSSESSION

How to enforce a judgment of possession in NY?

If the judgment of possession includes a money award for back rent, in order to have it enforced and the warrant executed you must first request that the clerk of the court issue you a transcript of judgment. The fee for this in the District Courts of Nassau and Suffolk County is $6.

What happens if I file appeal of eviction?

The “execution” is the document that authorizes the actual eviction. If the court finds in favor of the landlord, you will have 10 days from the date that the clerk’s office enters judgment to file an appeal. If the judgment didn’t include a stay of the execution, on the 11th day, the landlord can request one.

How can I download a justice court form?

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What should I do if I receive a default judgment from my Landlord?

If you receive a notice of default judgment in the mail and want to challenge the default judgment, you should immediately come to the Housing Court and file a motion to remove the default and serve a copy on your landlord or their attorney. Include an explanation of your side of the case and why you weren’t in court on the trial date.

Can a justice court form be filed in Superior Court?

Because of jurisdictional differences, Justice Court forms cannot be accepted for filing in Superior Court. NOTE: If your suit was filed prior to January 1, 2020 you may need different forms than those listed here. Please contact the court having jurisdiction over your case to ask if an archived version is appropriate.