If the tenant loses the trial, you should have the sheriff in your county serve the tenant with a Five Day to Vacate notice. This means that they now have five days to move out of your property. If they do not move out after five days, you can have the sheriff physically lock the tenant out of the space.
Ultimately, evicting a tenant can be a challenging and emotionally-taxing process. However, doing a thorough screening of tenants before they move in, as well as communicating openly and directly with tenants while they live there, can help ensure it’s a problem you never have to face. Building a good relationship with tenants often means you’ll never have to remove them — or that they’ll leave willingly should a problematic situation ever arise.