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Re: Must marshal hand me the eviction notice?

Posted by Waiting for ToGo on March 13, 1999 at 05:11:51:

In Reply to: Re: Must marshal hand me the eviction notice? posted by satori on March 12, 1999 at 18:38:30:

Yea Yes I lost possesion but I also won a money judgment. Plus 100% abatement. So it was win win. Actually I got the notice yesterday and i have six days to move...and you can bet your ass that i will be moving on day SIX. FIGHT for the RIGHT

: I have a question did you get the summons in the mail? within a week?
: If you did, as much as I disagree with it Sam is right. Just move it would
: be easier. For example when I was in the process of being evicted, I actually
: won but part of the process I had to go thru was to get punched in the
: face (a few times) by the cops. Normally ther cops are very pro landlord. I'm sort of a radical
: and i found the whole proceeding unethical, but,that was the fact of
: my landlord tenant matter. I hope it works out better for you though, even if you do get evicted.


: :
: : Quick work, My understanding is that i must be served with the 72 hour notice personally, then I have six days untill I can be forcably evicted. Was i misinformed.t
: : : We assume you mean a real 72 hour eviction notice, not a court petition. Yes, they can come and evict you. You should seek a stay or Order to Show Cause, depending on your situation. In Hell's Kitchen go tomorrow to Housing Conservation Coordinators, 777 Tenth Avenue (541-5996) and explain that it's an emergency.

: : : : A warrant has been issued (I checked at the clerks office) but can he just show up when i'm out of town and toss my stuff or must he personally serve me the papers? I'm in Hells Kitchen



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