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What is the process in securing Eviction Order from Court

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eliza


Arresto Menor
I have a problem. I just bought a land property with the knowledge that a family with a small house lived there. The previous owner of the land promised me that they will be the one who will find a way to remove the squatter. After the transfer of Title of Land was done, the previous owner just left me to handle this problem. I was thinking my next course of action is to get the Eviction Order from Court. My questions are:

What is the process to get the eviction order?
How long would it take me?
Is the Eviction Order enforceable?

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barister98


Arresto Menor
you can sue the buyer and invoke seller warranty. file a petition to annul the contract and for the restitution of the money paid. you can also file an ejectment case - forcible entry. you can eject them in a year. however you have to get their individual names.go to the barangay.

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eliza


Arresto Menor
hi. thank you for the quick response. what is an ejectment case - forcible entry? we are done with the barangay and still they don't want to vacate the place even if they could not produce any papers to validate their stay in that land.

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eliza


Arresto Menor
this is my last recourse of action if the i can't still get them to vacate the place, I will sue the seller. thank you.

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attyLLL


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this should be eviction based on unlawful detainer. the were just in the property by tolerance of the owner. your next step is to file the eviction complaint in court.


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