For a stay of execution, how would landlord know if it’s requested and when/what situation can the tenant request it?
There is a judgment from court to evict and tenant has been served with the writ of possession notice.
You or your attorney (if you are represented) should receive notice from the tenant if the tenant makes an ex parte application for a stay (e.g. under Code of Civil Procedure Section 1176). You would then have the right to argue against the stay.
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