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The legal eviction process is made up of 3 essential steps:

  • 3 Day Notice
  • 5 Day Eviction or an Unlawful Detainer
  • 24 Hour Writ of Possession

Contesting an Eviction

  • The tenant may petition the court to stay the eviction (halt further legal procedures) at the Osceola County Clerk of Courts.
  • If the Judge grants you, the tenant, your request, the eviction is cancelled and you, the tenant, can remain in the property.
  • To proceed with the eviction after a cancellation, the plaintiff/landlord must file an “alias” Writ of Possession with the Osceola County Clerk of Courts. A new $90.00 fee will be charged.
Until further notice, the lobby will be closed and fingerprint services suspended. If you need to speak to someone during business hours, please press the red call button on the wall outside of the lobby doors and a staff member will assist you.