1. Decide if you should move out or try to stay

What can I do if the Board makes an eviction order against me but there was no hearing?
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1. Decide if you should move out or try to stay

If you decide to move out, try to move by the date stated in the Board's order, or as soon as possible after that. If the Sheriff enforces the eviction order, your locks can be changed very quickly.

If the Sheriff locks you out, you only have 72 hours after the lockout to make arrangements to get your stuff. Even if the eviction happens just before the weekend, you still have only 72 hours. So, it's best to make sure to move your stuff out before this happens.

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Reviewed: December 31, 2015

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