Hi, Mr. Duncan. Are you asking about a house on Juanita St., Wynnewood, Oklahoma 73098? If your answer is yes, let me tell a thing. Juanita St. is located in a very well established neighborhood, so quiet and peaceful. Wynnewood is a little town, with a population of 2,500 people. Lovely people. Has very good schools. Has two Banks. A great Refinery which give work to many people around our town. Two restaurants, Its a lovely rural area. You are very welcome to live here with your family!!!!
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The average sales time for residences in this area for 2010 was 147 days. There are other factors involved such as location & appeal but if priced correctly, yours should sell in this time frame.I am familiar with your house & it is a very nice home!... more
Please note these are all suggestions, and should not be considered "the rule". As stated, contact an attorney! While discussing your options with an attorney, go to the Garvin County courthouse and research the deed/title, as recorded with the county, (assuming you are referencing Maysville and Garvin County as submitted on your question). Verify ownership prior to any legal actions. Don't spin your wheels if you have no legal right to do such.
Based upon my limited experience with "eviction proceedings" in Oklahoma, an occupant has to be removed with civil court proceedings, notification, and county enforcement. Also, tenants have rights, regardless of any monetary agreement or signed/unsigned lease. You can research "the rights" more by searching the Oklahoma Landlord Tenant Act.