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How long does it take to evict a tenant for non-payment of rent in Florida?



So if you're seeking possession of your property only, that is, essentially that the sheriff's office will come and execute a writ of possession, the process usually takes three to four weeks. However, if you are looking to recoup any type of financial back rent or damages or legal fees or court costs, that process takes a little longer, but the two can be filed at the same time and one will not interfere with the other.