What happened is that there was a judgment for eviction. At this point, the landlord no longer had to accept the money. They can evict. if you do not leave, then they can file a Writ to get the constable to come out to evict you. the tenancy has ended.
You paid money but after the eviction. You never filed any appeal and simply paid the money, It can be argued that the landlord took the rent and thus established a month to month tenancy, perhaps. However the landlord is going to argue that the money was for missed rent and legal fees.
Someone in your situation wants to file a Motion to Stay to pause the eviction, and perhaps appeal the matter or at least get clarification in the court as to the situation.
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