i obtained a writ of possession on June 2, 2015. on June 5, the defendant reopened the case without reason why he missed his response time and no legal defense to prolong the eviction process. Now I have been told that I must wait for a hearing.The court clerk and the defendant are old friends. She says no order will be issued to set aside the writ of possession already issued. She also told me that i would have had to wait 15 days to execute the writ of possession. I think she is giving me false information in an attempt to help her friend.
You have been "told" by whom? Has the court entered an order to that effect?
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