If the landlord has been awarded a judgment against the tenant, and the tenant doesn't move out, the landlord must go back to court after five days to get a writ of restitution, which will allow the landlord to take possession of the rental unit. In some circumstances the landlord can obtain the writ of restitution the next court day. See Legal Info Sheet After an Eviction Judgment for more details.
If the court denies a judgment against the tenant, the eviction action is over and the tenant may remain in possession of the rental unit.
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