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If tenant makes partial pymt after losing in court by Crumpton on August 8, 2020 @08:52

                              
I live in VA and I have successfully evicted my tenant in court. My question is that my tenant made a payment during 10 day appeal period. After the 10 day appeal period is over, I am to send the sheriff out to remove him from the property. Is him making that payment towards the balance going to prevent me from allowing the sheriff to remove him from the property? I still need him to move out because he is 4 months behind and only paid one.
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Re: If tenant makes partial pymt after losing in court by Garry on August 8, 2020 @12:15 [ Reply ]
How did he pay you-----check, cash, money order, direct deposit? You do not have to accept the payment. If it's a check or M.O., write VOID on it several times, and send it back to him. If he gave you cash, write a check or M.O. to him, and send that back to him. IF he did direct deposit, send him a check or M. O. back. Write a note saying you do NOT accept his payment. Do this ASAP, so as not to have any problems with the Sheriff.

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