Who can move the tenant's belongings out of the property after the eviction?

 

Making it through the eviction hearing and having been awarded possession of your property should be the end of the eviction process, but this is not always the case. Some tenants still do not leave. In these instances, a writ of possession becomes necessary to forcefully remove the tenant and their belongings from the property.

When the Constable’s office executes the writ of possession and the tenant has not moved out upon their arrival, the constables will supervise the removal their possessions from the home and place them on the exterior of the property. The actual movers can be anyone, but it is generally best to hire a professional moving crew so that you have as many movers as the Constable requires.


 

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