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That should have been covered in the stipulation. You need to ask the attorney to add the agreed possession date and sign a corrected stipulation. If he refuses to do so, then file something with the Court indicating that you want to be heard on the issue of when the landlord has the right to possession and establish the rent for that period.
Okay. I will opt out. You might try reposting the question and put"For Maverick" at the beginning of it.
It is very risky for you to sit back and do nothing, simply because a possession date wasn't given. You can do that if you wish, but then you run the risk of a sheriff showing up at your door with a moving van. At that point it will be too late for you to do anything about it. That's why I suggested that you contact the attorney to work out the details of your move. Failing that, you might file a motion with the court to clarify the judgment. What I'm saying is that the absence of a specific date in the stipulation doesn't give you an unlimited amount of time before you can be put out of the property.
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