Law Office of Jared Altman | Jared Altman
My first question is why do have to get out? Are you evicted? In the marshal coming in a few days to put you out on the street? If not, then you can probably sit tight because the landlord will otherwise never get you out in a week.
Answer Applies to: New York
AyerHoffman, LLP | David C. Ayer
It is possible to get a stay of eviction where hardship exists. You must file a motion for stay with the court in which your eviction case was heard. You may want to consult with a landlord-tenant attorney to assist you. In a situation such as yours where you have a definite move in date for a new place and nowhere to go in the meantime, you have a good chance of being granted a stay.
Answer Applies to: Massachusetts