That would depend on the Landlord/Tenant laws in your jurisdiction. Each state and county has their own rules and regulation for this matter. The best place to start a search for the answer is to contact the Landlord/Tenant section of your county judicial branch of government or request clarification from a legal professional. In most areas, if a tenant is evicted, the local sheriffs dept actually moves the tenants personal belongings to the street curb and the landlord then padlocks/or changes the lock on the door on the day of the scheduled eviction.
Yes, the court usually does give the tenants a period of 60 days notice to move out. However, you will have to pay the rent that is due on you.