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Since he is in breach of rental agreement, the first thing to do is to look at the rental agreement and see what your options are in the event of a default. If nothing is stated therein, then you will need to file a breach of contract suit against him and have him served. Once you obtain a judgment against him, you can have the judgment attached to his property. Under a writ of execution signed by the court, the sheriff will the property and sell it at an auction to pay for your damages.
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