When a Texas landlord lawyer gets a writ of possession.

In this case the landlord was evicting two apartments of people who were related. They were each more than four months behind in rent. The landlord had obtained a judgment for possession, but the tenants each appealed. This is the point at which we were hired. We continued the process at the County Court level and obtained a judgment for possession from the County Court for both properties. We reached an agreement with both tenants for them to move out, but neither actually moved out so we had no choice but to go forward with the writ of possession process.

So, what does it look like when you have go all the way through the eviction process and obtain a writ of possession so the sheriff can watch you put the tenant's property out on the street? Like this:


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