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Dictionary Answer A writ of possession is a legal precept directing a sheriff to put a person in peaceable possession of property recovered in ejectment or writ of entry. Real World Answer It's a court order to move out right now. If you don't, you will be forcibly removed by law enforcement, along with your stuff (at your expense), real soon!
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Answer State laws regulate the length of time a person is given to vacate premises. In some instances it can be as little as 30 days in others a year or mor…e. The eviction date should have been included in the court papers that were presented to the parties involved.
You do not disclose WHAT it is you want to know about it and Texas Property Code - Section 24.0061 is too lengthy to synopsize here See below link for the complete statute:
Legal document issued by court or judicial officer
A Writ of Replevin is a court order stating that you have to give up the car or possibly face jail time for contempt. This is if you are concealing the car. If the car is sitt…ing in your drive, on the street or at your place of employment & it's up for reo then it's game on. The repo driver has every right to secure the banks collateral.
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The writ of possession is nothing more than a complement of the writ of execution which, without the former, is ineffective; for it would be useless to order a sheriff to …sell a real property of a judgment debtor if after the sale is made in the manner provided by law the purchaser, after the expiration of the period of redemption, may not enter upon the possession of the property thus purchased
Can a eviction writ of possession be filed if the outstanding rent balance on the original judgment has been paid?
Okay, let's clarify something here: An EVICTION is a court hearing initiated by a landlord for violation of lease terms, for example, non-payment of rent A WRIT OF POSSESSION… is a court ordered WRIT (that is, an order signed by a Judge) for the landlord to take possession of the rental property. The landlord must obtain such writ after he wins a judgment in the case (this is done either by default judgment or after a hearing before the Judge or Magistrate). Once that writ is obtained the landlord may force you out, even if you paid the amount of rent in question. Remember, if a writ was obtained, about a month has already passed after your rent was due, hence the eviction. Your landlord has the option to accept the money and give you back your home or continue to force you to leave. Even if he forces you to leave the rent was still past due. However, the landlord has only a few days to get the writ after he has won the judgment, and then only a few days to have the Sheriff or Constable force you out.
It is one part of the whole eviction process. The writ is what you give to the Sheriff for the eviction. Then the Sheriff goes to the p…roperty and does what they need to according to lawful procedures.
The Landlord has the right to seize the belongings and sell them if he wishes. Most of the time, however, they just put out the belongings out to the curb.
To cut to the chase, yes. When a writ of possession is being served, the Law Enforcement Agency will first post a notice to vacate, which will identify when they will take pos…session of the property (about a week after the notice.). When they take possession, the landlord or their agent will accompany or meet the Law Enforcement Officer (LEO). The LEO will ensure the peace, while the Landlord takes possession, if necessary the LEO will remove the tenant, then usually the landlord changes the locks. If the tenant is home, they will be ordered off the property, and removed if necessary. If they resist they may be jailed. If they return it is trespassing. If the tenant is not home, the landlord usually has a locksmith open the property and change the locks. If the tenant still has stuff on the premises which has not, and cannot immediately be removed, each state has procedures for storing left behind property, giving notice, time limits, and selling, or disposing of abandoned property.
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That would depend upon state and county laws and whether or not the writ must be served personally (handed to a particular individual), left with anyone at a specific address,… or left attached at the entrance of a residence or business. Also, what is the writ of possession for? Real property, especially a residence may have other statutory laws governing the timeframe for serving a writ for possession of that property.
Writ of possession will state how long a person has to move out or be forced out by the Sheriff's office or Constable. Normally this is about 24 hours.
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