It has to be all balances but you likely owe his legal costs depending on the lease.
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Maybe. Did you show up for Court? if you didn't show up at Court and the other side thinks more money is due, sure they can ask for default judgment. Call the Landlord/Tenant Part clerk or Judge's chambers or visit the Court to find out what happened. If you paid everything and a judgment for eviction was entered nonetheless you'll have to make an application to the Court to prevent the other side from seeking a warrant of removal.
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