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If this is posted as a writ of possession because the owner of the property has gone through the courts and gotten a judgment of eviction, then unfortunately, there is not much you can do at this point because the landlord has the legal right to have a sheriff or constable physically remove you from the property if they have a writ of possession.
Filing BK after a judgment is issued against you won't postpone any eviction because it would have to be before any judgment was issued against you to postpone it.
So if you have had a judgment of eviction entered against you with the sheriff scheduled to come tomorrow, you need to make arrangements to move your personal property to a storage facility immediately to avoid having it placed on the curb and considered abandoned when the landlord comes with the sheriff to conduct the eviction.