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I'm sorry to hear of this unfortunate situation. At this point, there's nothing you can do to stay if a writ is issued, other then make another deal with the landlord. Given his animosity and temper, perhaps it would help to try to talk to the wife. Otherwise, Georgia Code § 44-7-55 provides the landlord must wait 7 days to take back the property once the writ is issued, which gives you "time" to move out on your own. So, while you don't have much time to find another place, you at least have a few days. I know that's a small consolation, but at least it's something.
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