Hi, I'm currently living in LA, and my fiancee and I just found out dream apt downtown. We filled out the applications and had a tentative move in date set for tomorrow. Today, I get a phone call from the leasing agent saying that we can't move in because of an eviction notice I received in March of 2012 in Oakland. Best part about this is that I wasn't even living there at that time. I had already moved to Virginia months before this even happened. There was no balance on the notice. I didn't owe anything. And I look it up in the public records, it says Writ of possession, satisfied. What exactly does this mean? I need to find out, now.
I can get a hold of anybody at the property management, not even sure it exists anymore. PLEASE, somebody help me. My fiancee is freaking out. All I want to do is get this place and make her happy.
it means that the writ of possession--the order of the court to kick the tenant out--was satisfied, meaning happened. It essentially means the eviction was done to the Court's satisfaction. You need to retain an attorney to set aside that judgment and writ and seal the file or else it will stay on your credit report.
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