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There is an Order for Possession signed by the Judge on 11/29 which was never sent to me. The Clerk of the Court found my copy in her file when I went to her to inquire re why the Judge had apparently never acted after our court hearing. There IS an Order; it was never sent to me. What position does that put me in, under these circumstances?
Doesn't the Notice of Lis Pendens which I filed at the Recorder's Office, then given to the Judge, the Clerk and the Sheriff stop the Sheriff from eviction?
What does this Emergency Motion to Stay the Order of Possession look like? Do I have to provide a lot of detail, like in the Counterclaim or is it more like a Notice of Lis Pendens? I might still have time in the court this afternoon if I hurry.
Your help is appreciated. I am trying to do this myself because we do not have any professional foreclosure defense attorneys available here. They are all playing the international bankers' game.
Last night, when we started this string, I authorized 60.00 payment for your good help. This afternoon, I had to authorize ANOTHER 60.00 although the literature says I have 24 hours of support from you at the initial price. Was this caused by something I did incorrectly when I sought you out today?
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