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You need to file lawsuit against your sister and ex-husband. They have no right displace you-- to move your stuff out of the house that you jointly own with them. Also, they cannot rent to the Tenant without your permission. So, you can go to the property and warn the Tenant not to move in because she/he does not have your permission to do so.
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You file the lawsuit at the County/Supreme Court of 3rd Judicial District. Click here for more information.
As for timeline for the disposition of your case, you need to contact the Clerk's office. The office knows what the caseloads are and the timeline for adjudication of cases.