Nearly impossible to answer without knowing the facts .
Are you the owner of the premises? Is this a house ? Apartment ?
What does the lease say?
Is the tenant behind on rent ? What is the reason for eviction ?
Waaay more facts are needed.
You need a local LL/ tenant lawyer
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The cost and time frame will depend on many factors. More facts are needed.
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It will really just depend on the facts such as is the eviction for non-payment of rent, expiration of a 30/60/90 day termination or if it is an eviction based on breach of a condition of the lease agreement. Also costs and fees will depend on county eviction is in. Talk with an attorney in Union City/ Alameda County regarding your case as eviction pricing tends to be pretty specific to the particular facts and court your case will be handled in.
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