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Can a lanlord cancel an eviction after it has proceeded in…

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Can a lanlord cancel an eviction after it has proceeded in court?

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Eviction was filed on 11/16/17 and i paid all fees on 11/17/17. I was told that it would be canceled but it hasn't as of yet.

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I'm sorry to hear about your situation. Yes, it can be cancelled, even after the judgment has been entered. But if the landlord is not cancelling it, you would need to get on the landlord to do so. It's pretty simple, as something that is filed with the clerk to dismiss the case voluntarily.

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