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I am sorry to hear about this situation. Once an eviction is ordered and the tenant does not leave the property, the landlord can utilize the a Writ of Possession, commonly granted along with the eviction. The court will issue a 24-Hour Lock-Out Notice, ordering the tenant to leave. If the tenant does not, the landlord has the constable remove them by force.
Now if the tenant agrees to pay what is owed, the easiest way would be to enter into a NEW lease agreement, beginning from the day the tenant paid and ending in whatever date the parties agree upon. The management may wish to tell the tenant that either they pay, or, the landlord will proceed to use the Writ.
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