That is my situation I was told writ hasn’t been issued yet
Best to get an attorney to check on this for you. Writs can be issued in minutes leaving you little time to plan your affairs.
Visit Manatee Clerk of Court and track your case so you are top on things and you won't be surprised.
Visit "Official Records" and put your name in to pull up your case. I hope this helps you.
Is this the result of a foreclosure, or an eviction? Depending on which, and the underlying facts, an analysis like this can change; and it also depends on what the plaintiff's lawyer, the Clerk, the Sheriff, do. So we can't sure of a thing here on line. In any event, theoretically, the Clerk could have issued the Writ right before I typed this response, and the Sheriff could be on there way right now (surprise!). But odds are you will have at least a day or so (the wheels of justice can turn slowly indeed). With the holidays, who know, could even take longer. The thing is - you can't COUNT on that possibility, and need to vacate ASAP, or consult a lawyer. Hope this helps. gsg
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We cannot guess when plaintiff will file for the writ. Call them and find out.
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