I was served an eviction but I didn't have enough time to get all my stuff out the sheriff remove me from the property how do I go about getting the rest of my property along with two vehicles all my food for my son and all my personal belongings that I that I was unable to get out
This depends on the terms of your Lease and more particularly whether you waived your rights under Section 715.10 et seq Florida Statutes (take a look). If you haven't waived those rights, the best place to start is with the landlord; just ask if you can come get the stuff, be nice; and if you are not satisfied with the result, contact a good local tenants lawyer ASAP. On the other hand, if you HAVE waived your rights under Chapter 715 it could be far more problematic.
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The property is generally deemed abandoned and put to the curb. The vehicles are likely towed off and you will have to deal with the towing company about their storage liens before they sell the vehicles to satisfy them. You should never have allowed all this occur and should have moved BEFORE the Sheriff showed up.
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