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HelloThis is Samuel. I am sorry to hear of this matter. And so did you try to introduce any of that as evidence?
You should try to get a stay of enforcement. And that will keep you from having to move. And then you can appeal.
You begin the Stay of Enforcement process by petitioning for relief from forfeiture which is an order by a court in an unlawful detainer matter. It will allow you to remain in the rental unit fi you can convince the court that the eviction would cause the you severe hardship and that you can pay all of the rent that is due, or otherwise fully comply with the lease.
You then begin your appeal. That is done in the Appellate courts.Once you have accomplished all of that then you can sue the LL for his fraudulent testimony which caused you the suffering and defamation of your character as to the DV.
I suggest you may want to consult with a local attorney who can assist you with the defamation. They will work on a contingency basis.
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Yes. You can submit the stay.
That is why I suggested you do it.
No. No. You should file for the Stay immediately/as soon as possible.
You can get the packet of forms and written instructions from the clerk of the court. It is going to be similar to the one at this LINK