If a landlord took their tenant to court and was awarded an eviction against the tenant, could a neighbor ensure that the eviction was followed. The landlord in my case has told the problem tenants that they won't make them leave until they find another place to live. So they have now been in the home for 75 days after the eviction move out date. They are still causing problems being loud, letting their dog roam free, trash piling up not in bags, etc. All the immediate neighbors have called the police and complained to the landlord but they aren't forcing the people to move.
No, only the landlord has standing to request a Writ to have them removed.
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