Sadly, no. Winning on appeal will not likely lead to your ability to recover possession of the premises.
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Only the landlord can agree to reinstate the tenancy at this juncture, and only the landlord can instruct the sheriff to hold off on the lockout.
Even if you ultimately win on appeal, you most likely won't be able to move back.
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