six days after the judgment, the landlord can ask the Justice Court for an order (Writ of Possession) to remove you. You are then given 24 hours’ notice to vacate before the sheriff or constable can remove you and your belongings.
If LL had obtained a "bond for immediate possession," then you can be removed immediately if you neither filed an Answer to the lawsuit nor attended the trial. You can call the Court Clerk to determine if LL filed the bond or not.
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