Suppose the Supreme Court strikes down both the CDC's eviction ban and all local bans.
What happens if local governments ignore the Supreme Court and still refuse to evict? Can individual sheriffs, deputies etc follow the Supreme Court's decision and carry out evictions?
Can the federal government create special "eviction police" to override local law and enforce the Court's decision? (The answer is very likely yes, given civil rights used federal troops, but this seems like a very major use of federal power over local matters.)
And in response to "court needs to order eviction ", you need to cite that because it isn't mentioned. Example from NY
A tenant shall include an occupant of one or more rooms in a rooming house or a resident, not including a transient occupant, of one or more rooms in a hotel who has been in possession for thirty consecutive days or longer; he shall not be removed from possession except in a special proceeding
With "special proceeding" not further defined. Could it be a proceeding in another court? Or no court? The contract could specify the venue, but isn't the entire issue being due to the contract being invalid under some law?