When a Landlord needs to evict a Tenant(s), court papers must be filed to initiate the proceedings. The first step for the Landlord is to obtain a Landlord / Tenant Summons. This provides a court date for both the Landlord and the Tenant(s) to plead their case in front of a judge. If the judge finds in favor of the Landlord, an eviction is ordered. For more information regarding Landlord / Tenant and Eviction information, please see Michigan’s Practical Guide for Tenants and Landlords.
Information for Landlords
We can assist you with Landlord / Tenant Summons and Eviction Writs. We have six Special Deputy Sheriff’s who are trained in this area. They bring...
Experience in the safe, timely service of process and the proper handling of court documents.
Knowledge of civil process statutes and rules, local courts and the community.
Credibility in the community. Individuals being served usually respond more cooperatively to trained Special Deputy Sheriff’s.