Oklahoma Eviction Process

Evicting a tenant in Oklahoma involves several legal steps. First, serve a written eviction notice through hand delivery, posting, or certified mail. If the tenant doesn't comply, file an eviction lawsuit with the district court. The court will serve the tenant with a summons and complaint.

Both parties then attend a hearing, where a judge will issue a judgment. If the landlord wins, they can request a writ of execution to regain possession. Finally, if the tenant doesn't vacate, law enforcement will forcibly remove them. Following these steps ensures a lawful eviction process.