What is writ of possession?

 

If you’re at your wits end dealing with a problem tenant and you’d like them to leave your property as soon as possible, it’s against Texas law to kick them out without securing a writ of possession from Texas courts.

A writ of possession is an official letter from a Texas court. It contains a big seal of the State of Texas, and commands tenants to vacate the indicated property by court-specified date and time. The writ of possession also entails that should tenants fail to comply, a constable will be sanctioned to forcibly remove them from the premises and empty the property, basically putting their belongings on the curb.

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