Due Process, 14th Amendment, Perjury and attorney's Ethics in Landlord Tenant?
2 attorney answers
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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(or this is what happens when you don't know what you are doing; Go to a law library and start reading)