The official notice that the marshal sends you before evicting you. Also known as a marshal’s notice.
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….Read More
You can include new information on an order to show cause. The judge will read your osc and decide whether or not you can bring the new information up. If you learned…Read More
You must first be served with a marshal’s notice. It will include your court index number, the marshal’s name, address, and phone number and the date that the notice was served on…Read More