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Kim Kardness, Other/Just Looking in Murietta, CA

Renters & Foreclosures

Asked by Kim Kardness, Murietta, CA Mon Oct 27, 2008

Regarding the listing you have on this site: 30493 Laurel Court, Murietta CA. The renter there was served a letter to vacate the property on October 15th and has refused to leave. What is she facing for refusing to leave and refusing to clean up the place. The neighbors have made several complaints about her and the smell that is coming from her home, like dog poop that has messed up the front yard, and no lock on the front gate leading to the back pool Just want to know what happens next?

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She will be evicted, it usually takes 14 days to get her served and then she has 30 days to vacate, if she doesnt a hearing is set within 10 days and teh sherriff will physically remove them. the bank can then hire an assett manger who will get someone to clean the property and ready it for sale. worse case you have 2 more moths. the assett manager can also offer her cash for keys where they will pay her to leave within say 21 days voluntarily. good luck, it will get better soon
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thanks for the email, if she has already gone to court, they have to wait until the sherriff serves them with the writ of possession. it usually takes up to 10 days from the initial court date. At this time if she is there she is removed, if she is not there the locks are changed and teh property posted, if she comes vback she gets arrested. the assett manager hires a company to remove her things and store them for 28 days for her to pick up. they then can order the property cleaned.
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She is facing eviction. All of her personal items placed on the curb, what is not removed will be left in the home and trashed by the company paid to clean up the property upon eviction. The neighbors can contact the city and file a complaint, if there is not a locked backyard with pool could be city violations. Sorry to hear about this. Renter is angry off having to leave more than likely expressing this thru her actions. http://www.lynn911.com http://www.homes-for-sale-dallas.com
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