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I am going to need some more details about your situation before I can comment. There simply isn't enough information for me to have any idea what is going on here other than something about an eviction.
So if you can give me more info and some of the back story, I will try to help.
Ok, thank you for that information...
I hate to say it, but losing a job and not being able to leave a new job to come to court isn't something that would normally convince a judge to grant a stay of execution. It has to be something like you were in the hospital and had surgery and couldn't come to court and have all the money right now. Or you weren't properly served with the summons, and you have all the money right now.
So at this point, if the landlord won't agree to enter into a payment plan with you to let you stay, then legally there is not anything that would compel them to do so.
If that is the case, and they are determined to evict, then your best option is to arrange to move your personal property out so that the landlord doesn't put everything on the curb when the execution of the writ occurs by the sheriff..
I am very sorry that I don’t have better news, but please understand that I do have an ethical and professional obligation to provide customers with legally correct answers based on my knowledge and experience,even when I know the answer doesn’t make the customer happy...
You are very welcome. I am sorry that the news isn't better for you as this it the part of the job that I don't like...when I have to give bad news to a customer..