The Israeli army has ordered residents of the illegal West Bank settlement of Amona to evacuate their homes within 48 hours, Israeli media reported on Tuesday.
The reports of the order come the same day as Israel's Supreme Court is expected to hand down a ruling on whether the government's plan to move residents to nearby plots of land is feasible, according to the Haaretz newspaper.
The army did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
Israel's top court had ruled in 2014 that Amona, built on land belonging to Palestinians from surrounding West Bank towns, must be vacated by February 8.
The Israeli government and the residents had in December agreed to a deal that would see 24 families peacefully move to adjacent land considered absentee property.
However, after several Palestinians claimed ownership or ties to the alternate plots, the High Court suspended the plan until it could sort out the claims, leaving the fate of Amona residents in limbo, Haaretz said.
Demonstrators had gathered in Jerusalem on Monday to protest the Amona evacuation, the same day the Israeli parliament had been set to consider a bill to retroactively legalize thousands of Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
The bill, which is now expected to be debated next week, would not apply to Amona.
A first attempt at evacuating Amona in 2006 had turned violent, with more than 200 protesters and some 50 police officers injured.