What is a writ in the eviction process in Texas?

 

A “writ” is a piece of paper containing the signature and seal of a Texas court clerk. It’s a certified written command indicating that certain actions must be done before the deadline indicated in the writ. Writs also outline the consequences of failing to comply before the deadline.

In eviction cases, there can be several different writs indicating several different commands from the individuals involved. A writ can be an intimidating piece of document. Sufficed to say, no one wants to receive a writ.

Here at Texas Evictions, we know how to use writs strategically to deal with your problem tenant. From collecting rents, to evicting tenants, we can make sure your problem tenant wished they complied with you agreement!

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