What Is a Dispossessory Warrant?

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A dispossessory warrant is a sworn statement that gives authority to dispossess by eviction. A landlord must first obtain the warrant from the court so as to be able to evict a tenant from a premise.
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An answer is your response to your landlord`s dispossessory warrant. It can be written or you can tell your response to the court clerk and have it written for you. The answer is
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