The appellate division laughed at me because I wanted to go to Supreme Court for my landlord tenant matter. The Writ of Possession had no Docket Number on it, so I filed for Reconsideration after suing my landlord pro se. Motion was granted yet a week later denied and hearing was canceled. Landlord is definitely an amateur slumlord and I'm being called a squatter, yet it's an illegal rental. No fair trial, no due process, I've been in the house since August and paid rent. It's now almost New year's. The newest Writ of Possession is Post Dated for exactly one year from now. I guess this is what happens when you're an NJTO member.
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(or this is what happens when you don't know what you are doing; Go to a law library and start reading)
There are not enough facts here to allow anyone to understand what the problem is. If a writ of possession has been issued, that means there has been a foreclosure and the Landlord may not actually own the property anymore. You need to consult a local attorney familiar with foreclosure and Landlord/Tenant law, so that you can explain the situation and obtain an explanation of your rights and obligations.
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