After you serve the order to show cause on the marshal, he or she cannot evict you until after the next court date.
In the hearing, you will get a written decision.
The decision will say if the marshal has to re-serve the eviction notice or if he can evict you on the notice you stopped. The judge may allow the marshal to re-serve you by mail only.
A marshal’s notice is good for 30 days from the date it was served.
The marshal can come back and evict you without re-serving the notice if it has been less than 30 days since it was served and the judge does not require re-service.
If it has been more than 30 days since the last marshal’s notice, the marshal will have to serve you another notice and wait 6 business days before evicting you.