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The only thing you can do at this point would be to file a Motion to Stay a Writ of Possession, which is a document that a tenant files with the court which has the result of “staying” or “stopping” an eviction action after a final judgment for the landlord has already been entered.
The Motion to Stay may state that the tenant paid the rent, the eviction was unfair, the tenant needs more time, the case is defective or anything that the tenant can come up with to convince a judge that the eviction should be stopped.