Sounds like you have a plethora of legal issues. If a default judgment has been entered, then the "writ" is probably a writ of execution, which means the judgment creditor can levy on your bank accounts and garnish your wages. You'll need to make a motion to set aside the default and vacate the default judgment. Are you still in Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
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Sorry to say, but you need to find a way to hire a lawyer to help with the HOA case. You need to file a motion to set aside the default asap. If you are still in chapt 13, unless they got the stay lifted in BK court, they should not be pursuing the case. Report that to the BK atty, the chapt 13 trustee, and or the bk court.Ask a similar question
i agree with Attorneys Chen and Kopelson.
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