I am sorry to say your question is very difficult to understand so you may want to write it again. Reading between the lines it appears perhaps you had a pet snake and after it was killed the LL went to court to evict you? I do not believe that will prevent your eviction.
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If they have recieved an eviction judgment you have 5 days in which you can appeal. An appeal would be a proceedural way to extend your time there but could carry additional liability.
The reality is that after the 7 days they would be allowed to request a writ of possesion and request execution of that writ.... likely this process will take another 7-14 days if they LL pursues immediately and does carry additional cost for the LL.
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