How are foreclosures served?
Foreclosures can be served personally or by Tack and Mail. There is 1 charge to serve a Foreclosure ($25) and a separate and distinct charge to execute a Writ of Possession to attempt to seize your property as a result of a foreclosure ($25).

A Writ of Possession for Personal Property requires that the plaintiff file an "Election of Option" form with the Clerk of Court where the Writ of Possession was issued. This tells us whether to seize and sell the property or to turn the property over to the plaintiff or the plaintiff's agent after we seize the property.

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1. How are dispossessories served?
2. How are evictions (Writ of Possession) handled?
3. How do I apply for a Temporary Protective Order?
4. Where can I find the court fees?
5. Where can I find listings for foreclosure sales?
6. How are foreclosures served?
7. How are garnishments served?
8. I have a court order to get my child. Can the Sheriff's Office help?
9. I want to retrieve my property. Can the Sheriff's Office help?
10. How is a Notice of Forclosure of Right to Redeem handled?
11. How is a Probate Order to Apprehend carried out?
12. How and when are Sheriff's Sales conducted?
13. How are subpoenas obtained?
14. Can you assist me with a Writ of Fieri Facias (Fi. Fa.)?
15. How do I requset a real property levy?
16. I have civil papers that need to be served in Hall County. Where do I send them?