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we went to court yesterday and i agreed to be out by the 24th of this month. I dont think its a writ...this was our date after the answe to the dispossesory was filed.
Thank you for your follow-up.In that case it make take your mother a few days to compel you to leave. If she did not yet receive a writ, if you nd up not leaving, she would have to go to court, get the writ, give it to the sheriff, and have the sheriff remove you from the premises. While I cannot guarantee how long it would take her to get this done, without a writ the sheriff cannot remove you from the premises.Good luck.
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