dispossessory warrant

Definition of "dispossessory warrant"
  1. A court order used predominantly in Georgia, requiring a person, typically a tenant, to vacate a property
How to use "dispossessory warrant" in a sentence
  1. The landlord filed a dispossessory warrant after the tenants failed to pay rent for three consecutive months.
  2. Once the dispossessory warrant was enforced, the residents were immediately removed from the property.
  3. If the court approves, a dispossessory warrant can be issued to clear out unauthorized occupants from a property.

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