Monday, June 18, 2012

Will County Eviction Procedures

It has been a while since I have had to schedule an eviction in Will County.  They have changed their procedures in the meantime.

They now conduct evictions on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  The Tuesday evictions use the Sheriff's contracted movers.  The plaintiff of course pays for those movers.  If you would like to use your own movers, your eviction will proceed on a Thursday and you must provide four able-bodied movers at that time.

The Sheriff's Department has separate instructions for each type of eviction.  I have attached two separate instruction sheets HERE. (Please disregard the obvious grammatical error on the top of page 2.)

I have also posted these instructions in the Forms Archive of this Blog.


Carrie R. Cruz said...

The rules for eviction and its guidelines are similar to that of Kane county's eviction rules. I am assuming that all counties have the same guidelines.

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