What is a writ of execution?

 

If your tenant still owes you money or is refusing to pay, you may want to consider securing a writ of execution from the court. A writ of execution is basically a court order allowing the sheriff to cease possession of any assets a tenant may have at hand. These assets can be in the form of money or other possessions the tenant owns.

Texas does not allow creditors to take, among other things, the first $30,000.00 from judgment debtors. The State of Texas also does not allow creditors take 2 horses or donkeys and saddles to satisfy the judgment. A list of what is exempt and nonexempt can be found in the Texas Property Code.

Need a writ of execution? Call Texas Evictions today and let our experienced eviction specialists help you. With our years of experience and solid understanding of the complicated eviction laws in Texas, we can help you get what you’re owed in no time.

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