When a Writ of Possession has been received by the Constable's office, the following procedures will apply:
- The deputy assigned to the writ will place a 24-hour notice to vacate (RED TAG) on the front door of the premises.
- The deputy will then contact the Plaintiff/Plaintiff's representative to schedule a day and time to conduct the move out.
- Plaintiff/Plaintiff's representative is responsible for providing sufficient manpower and resources to remove the defendant's personal property in a timely manner.
- The defendant's personal property will be removed from the premises and placed at a nearby location. Deputies may help to determine the best place to move the personal property.
- No writ will be worked in inclement weather (rain, sleet or snow).
Per the Williamson county constable fee schedule, after two hours an additional fee of $40 per hour per deputy will be assessed.