Definitions for "Writ of possession"
A document issued by the court after the landlord wins an unlawful detainer (eviction) lawsuit. The writ of possession is served on the tenant by the sheriff. The writ informs the tenant that the tenant must leave the rental unit by the end of five days, or the sheriff will forcibly remove the tenant. Back
a Court order to the Constable to place you in possession of the property
a document addressed to the Sheriff of NSW asking the Sheriff to take possession of the property, evict the defendant(s) and put the plaintiff into possession