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The Steps to the Eviction Process

​​Step 1 - Notice to Vacate (NTV)
  If a landlord needs to evict a tenant they are required by law, according to the Texas Property Code, to serve the tenants written notice to vacate the property. Generally, this is a 3 day Notice to Vacate (5 days if mailed). This must be a true Notice to Vacate and not an option to pay or vacate or the Judge may throw out the case.

Step 2 - File the Eviction Petition Suit with the Court
  An Original Petition must be filed with the Justice of the Peace Court in your jurisdiction once the term of the Notice to Vacate has been met.  ALL tenants listed on the Lease must be entered on the Petition or your case may be dismissed by the Judge.   The court fees must be paid at the time of filing (costs vary by county) which covers the cost of filing your suit and serving the Citation to the Defendant(s). The Court will assign the case number and the Court Date at the time of filing. 

Step 3 - Going to Court
When the court date arrives, we will attend court and submit the documents you provided us to prove you are entitled to  possession of the property  so that the Judge will rule in your favor and receive a Judgment of Eviction against the Tenant.

Step 4 - Writ of Possession
  Once you have gained possession of the property and the mandatory 5 day tenant appeal period has passed and they have not moved out, we will file the Writ of Possession (court fees apply) to have the Constable serve the Writ allowing you to forcibly remove the tenant from the property and give you possession.
  
  Why DFW Eviction should Serve the Notice to        
      Vacate for you?

1. It must be a true NTV and not just a Demand for Payment. The wording of the NTV is very important. If your NTV gives them the option to pay or vacate the property the Judge can rule that is is not a true NTV but a Demand for Payment and dismiss the case.

2.   In case the tenant denies receiving the NTV? 
At times, Tenants have said that they did not receive the NTV and Judges have dismissed the case. By our sending the NTV both Certfied Mail and  U.S. First Class mail we have a receipt that proves to the Judge that it was served and we can testify that we mailed it.  This can and will save cases from being dismissed.
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