Memphis, TN asked in Appeals / Appellate Law for Tennessee

Q: I have an eviction case pending at the court of appeals in Jackson, tn the other side proposed a motion against me for

Possession the court of appeals denied that motion so now the plantiff attorney is, telling me he will get a writ of possession against me because there is no motion for stay I would like to know if that's possible because the higher court overruled

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Anthony M. Avery
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Anthony M. Avery
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  • Knoxville, TN
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A: Unless you posted a large Bond, a Writ of Possession is possible. If you ultimately win the Appeal, you can then sue for Damages for wrongful Detainer.

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