Prior to the execution of a Writ of Possession by the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office, the following conditions must be met:
The plaintiff, or a direct representative of the plaintiff (not maintenance staff, etc.), shall be present during the eviction.
Do not enter the premises prior to the arrival and assistance of a Deputy Sheriff.
The Plaintiff shall provide enough manpower to efficiently perform the job. Typically four to six crew members for an apartment or townhouse and six to 10 crew members for a single-family home. Needs will vary and the final number will be determined by the deputy sheriff to whom the writ is assigned.
Plaintiff shall supply trucks, boxes, bags, and any equipment or items deemed necessary by the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office to execute the writ.
The plaintiff shall provide access to the premises. If a locksmith is required, the plaintiff shall provide one. The plaintiff is responsible for the locksmith's appearance at the date and time of the eviction.
All property shall be removed to the nearest state, county, or town maintained roadway which will be determined by the deputy sheriff to whom the writ is assigned (this does not include parking lots, private roadways or driveways).
Hazardous waste material shall be removed at the plaintiff's expense. Hazardous waste material shall not be placed on the public right of way.
Evictions will be rescheduled at the earliest possible date if inclement weather precludes the eviction.
The eviction may be canceled at the discretion of the deputy sheriff if any of the above conditions are not met.