rented a room in my house and they started to move out and have not come back its been a week now called them they say thier coming to get thier stuff but dont show up the room is do to be rerented at end of week
North Carolina law requires landlords to first evict a tenant and then file for what is known as a "writ of possession". This is just a document stating that pursuant to a favorable eviction judgement, the landlord now has the opportunity to retake the property. Once you've filed the writ of possession, you must post a notice in the room for at least five days that you intend to execute the writ. Once those five days have elapsed, you call the Sheriff and schedule a time for them to come out and remove the property. It's worth noting that you may think that they've abandoned the property, but North Carolina allows a tenant to still be considered in possession of the property even if they're only storing their items there. So, the short answer to your question is: 1. evict the tenants properly. 2. File a writ of possession. 3. Post a notice and wait 5 days, 4. Call the sheriff's department to come execute the writ.
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