In a December 14 ruling seen by AFP on Tuesday, the court told Ms Sherawat and her French husband Cyrille Auxenfans to pay 78,787 euros ($94,000) in rent owed and expenses, giving the green light for their furniture to be seized.
The couple began renting the apartment in the pricey 16th district on January 1, 2017, for a monthly sum of 6,054 euros.
But according to the owner they never paid the rent, making only a single payment of 2,715 euros.
At a hearing in a Paris court on November 14, a lawyer for the couple said they were in financial difficulty.
The lawyer emphasised the "irregular" nature of Ms Sherawat's work -- an argument dismissed by the owners of the apartment who claimed she had earned tens of millions during the rental period.
In mid-December the actress had denied having a Paris apartment.
"It's absolutely not true, if someone has donated one to me, please send me the address," she tweeted in response to media reports about the case.
The couple may appeal the eviction order.
They cannot be thrown out until March 31, when a moratorium on wintertime evictions expires.