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I am so sorry to hear this.
But what is your actual question?
If the Landlord Tenant Board member made the order for two days then it is two days.
The order is an actual order in the sense that it can be enforced against you and you will be removed from the home if you don't vacate it by the deadline.
I am sorry to have to tell you that.
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What province is this please?
In BC if you don't vacate by the end of the day pursuant to the order of possession the landlord can apply to the court for a writ of possession.
Then the landlord is permitted to retain a bailiff to remove you.
So it won't be on the second day of the order but it will be shortly after that time.
The adjudicator believed him.
So your right was to have the hearing but you lost unfortunately.
You can appeal the decision but you will need to retain a lawyer to act for you and if you lose you will owe the landlord a significant amount of money in terms of legal costs. And you have to prove that the adjudicator made an error in law which is usually very difficult to prove.
Yes you can as I mentioned above but I also was cautioning you because it is complex and can end up being prohibitively expensive for you, if you lose.
Here is a link to the information you will need about the process:
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