Eviction

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Question: How long after the court date for an eviction does the tenant have to leave the premises?

Answer: In an eviction action, the writ of restitution (which gives a landlord the right to have a constable remove an evicted tenant from the premises) issues a minimum of five calendar days after judgment has been entered against the tenant (A.R.S. 12-1178).

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