How Long It Takes To Evict a Tenant
How Long Does it Take to Evict a Tenant?
Do you want to know how long it takes to evict a tenant? Watch this video for guidance, then call our New Jersey lawyer to get started today.
In this video, Attorney Brian Freeman discusses how long it takes to evict a tenant in New Jersey. Contact one of our experienced landlord tenant lawyers in Jersey City to help you through the process.
The length of time required to evict a tenant varies because different counties carry widely different caseloads. In Northern New Jersey, where my practice is located, Hudson, Essex, and Union Counties have the state’s densest populations. Because of that, just getting a court date for an eviction complaint can typically take two to three weeks. In other counties, where the number of evictions is much smaller, that time can be as short as ten days.