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I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today.
What state are you in?
I'm afraid that's not a holdover eviction question, and it's not something I have direct experience in. I can see that you've opened other question pages with this same question, and I'm sure another expert will respond shortly. If you want to know more about how an eviction works, I'm happy to help; otherwise, customer service can close out this question.
Hi, I'm Heather, another attorney expert on this website.
Even if she is supposed to be gone by today, if the eviction process hasn't started yet, then she technically won't have to be out until the eviction process is completed and the sheriff removes her. However, best to not go that route if she is trying not to lose her section 8 status. In order to preserve that, she is going to have to review the lease and other section contracts and paperwork and talk with the manager and find out what provision she has broken that is leading to the eviction. If she has not broken a provision of the contracts, then she can challenge the action being taken against her.
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