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Quite honestly, you should and need to appeal the housing court eviction and you should also ask the Torrens court to consolidate your case. The reason you do both is that in case either court denies your request, you still have one other chance. You also need to file a motion to stay the eviction pending your appeal of the eviction or consolidation of the case.